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What memories this place holds! The library at St Paul’s School has a special place in our hearts. All three of our offspring had the opportunity to explore the wonder of books. There may still be a few volumes here that we donated to the collection. Steve enlisted the whole family for help one summer when he volunteered to paint the library. It was then that we began our treasured friendship with Aunt Sister. And for Karen the memories go back much further to music lessons here, learning to sing so many songs such as”Getting to Know You”, “My Favorite Things”, to name a few. It also housed biographies of Amelia Earheart, Robert Fulton, and many more. It was definitely a window on the world in Grades 5-8. We peeked in here during an Open House this morning. We appreciated the chance to visit with some of the faculty, good people who provided excellent guidance to our kids in their education.

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