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The Carnegie Library’s annual Battle of the Books competitions are right around the corner and our teams need your help! We need money to make the team shirts this year, so fundraising is a top priority right now. There will be bake sales in the library every week, so feel free to come by and buy something, or better yet, bake something to sell (store-bought items are good too)! Even making a donation is greatly appreciated. Also, come support us at our competitions!

 

The battles are as follows:

6th grade – Feb. 13th
7th and 8th grades – Feb. 20th
9th-12th grades – Feb. 27th

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