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Legislator Lorigo marks Marilla Library’s milestone with county proclamation


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Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo presented a proclamation to the Marilla Free Library in celebration of its 100th anniversary during an event held April 17, 2013 at the library. The proclamation was accepted by Library Director Shannon Jakubowski and Library Board President Marty Mummery. 

 

“Congratulations to the Marilla Library on 100 years of dedicated service to the community. This is truly a popular meeting place in the town and it has grown tremendously over the years, offering many great programs and services to patrons,” said Legislator Lorigo.