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Sharon Herbin, left, and daughter Emily look through a selection of used books at the Rotary Book Sale last Saturday. The sale, which drew a large crowd to the Community Centre, was held to sell the books that remained after the first Rotary Book Sale in September. The sale is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club’s charity efforts. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Sharon Herbin, left, and daughter Emily look through a selection of used books at the Rotary Book Sale last Saturday. The sale, which drew a large crowd to the Community Centre, was held to sell the books that remained after the first Rotary Book Sale in September. The sale is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club’s charity efforts.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

Sharon Herbin, left, and daughter Emily look through a selection of used books at the Rotary Book Sale last Saturday. The sale, which drew a large crowd to the Community Centre, was held to sell the books that remained after the first Rotary Book Sale in September. The sale is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club’s charity efforts.

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