Supporters stand in front of the new London branch library. From left to right, Dinuba schools superintendent Joe Hernandez, King River Elementary School superintendent and principal Sherry Martin, Tulare County librarian Darla Wegener and King River Elementary School library tech Eunice Quiring.
Supporters stand in front of the new London branch library. From left to right, Dinuba schools superintendent Joe Hernandez, King River Elementary School superintendent and principal Sherry Martin, Tulare County librarian Darla Wegener and King River Elementary School library tech Eunice Quiring. LIBRARY FOR LONDON PROJECT Special to The Bee
Supporters stand in front of the new London branch library. From left to right, Dinuba schools superintendent Joe Hernandez, King River Elementary School superintendent and principal Sherry Martin, Tulare County librarian Darla Wegener and King River Elementary School library tech Eunice Quiring. LIBRARY FOR LONDON PROJECT Special to The Bee

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