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The recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library is a unique Capital Region partnership between Selkirk, St. Andrews and St. Clements and also received an $1.5 Million donation from the Gaynor family.

  • Evy Galashan, 2, shows a favorite book while at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family.
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    Evy Galashan, 2, shows a favorite book while at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • Library clerk, Brian Mercer, restocks the shelves at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. 
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    Library clerk, Brian Mercer, restocks the shelves at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • The recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family.
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    The recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • Olivia Lewis, 4, catches up with the Cat in the Hat while a the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. 
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    Olivia Lewis, 4, catches up with the Cat in the Hat while a the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • Vanessa Lewis checks out some magazines at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. 
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    Vanessa Lewis checks out some magazines at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • Ted Bakker browses through the DVD selection at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. 
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    Ted Bakker browses through the DVD selection at the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • Ubuntu Cafe and Bakery in the same building as the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family.
MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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    Ubuntu Cafe and Bakery in the same building as the recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

  • The recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. 
MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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    The recently opened Gaynor Family Regional Library in Selkirk, Manitoba, with a $1.5 m donation from the Gaynor family. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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