Anne Hankins began working in Kuna at a library that filled a single room in the local high school. The library now has its own 12,500 square foot library and shelves to hold 66,000 books.
Anne Hankins began working in Kuna at a library that filled a single room in the local high school. The library now has its own 12,500 square foot library and shelves to hold 66,000 books. Gerry Melendez Statesman file
Anne Hankins began working in Kuna at a library that filled a single room in the local high school. The library now has its own 12,500 square foot library and shelves to hold 66,000 books. Gerry Melendez Statesman file

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