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Senator helps Eagle Mountain open new library extension



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EAGLE MOUNTAIN -- The residents of Eagle Mountain have a new and improved place to read. Sen. Bob Bennett was on hand to help city officials cut the ribbon of Eagle Mountain's library expansion Monday.

After the ribbon cutting, Sen. Bob Bennett treated some kids to story time.
After the ribbon cutting, Sen. Bob Bennett treated some kids to story time.

The library received $96,000 to build a 2,500-square-foot addition. The grant also provided funds for story time material, additional books, furniture and computers.

After the ribbon cutting, Bennett treated some kids to story time.

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