Chetwynd library gets funding for French material

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This is the second year in a row the B.C. government has provided funds to increase the library's French material.

Fay Asleson, director of the Chetwynd Public Library, says it is very grateful for the donation.
"This financial support will allow us to update and increase our French materials and better serve the francophone and francophile community of the area most importantly, our growing French Immersion students."
Chetwynd has one dual track French Immersion School.
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