The Alice Baker Memorial Library will hold a series of community focus groups tomorrow to gain insight into what works well, what could be better, and what other collections or programs the community would like to see in the library. Sessions will be held approximately every two hours between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the library, 820 East Main St. in Eagle.
Everyone is invited to attend the meetings. Individual focus group meetings will be scheduled throughout the day to make it easy for everyone to participate in one session.
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