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Honoring the 100-year history of Goldendale Library

The year was 1912. The scientific community was heralding a recommendation to include vitamins “A” and “B” in the American diet, headlines recounting the grisly details of the “unsinkable” ship Titanic’s demise were splashed across newspapers nationwide, and in the growing Washington town of Goldendale – which just the year before had become one of the state’s first communities with paved sidewalks and roads – residents were celebrating the opening of their first community library.

Members of the Washington State Senate took a few moments to honor that achievement today with my Senate Resolution 8682.

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