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Hillary Clinton scheduled to attend Little Rock library dedication

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LITTLE ROCK - The Central Arkansas Library System's (CALS) Hillary Rodham Clinton Children's Library & Learning Center will be dedicated on Monday, July 8.

Admission is free for the afternoon of events which is slated to start at 1:30 p.m., but registration is required and limited to 150 attendees. No more than four attendees will be allowed for a single registration and each adult must be accompanied by a child 12-years-old or younger.

Clinton is scheduled to attend the event. The library is located at 4800 W. 10th Street.

The CALS Board of Trustees voted on Thursday, June 27, to recognize Hillary Rodham Clinton for her services to children by naming the new children's Library in her honor. The board wished to specifically acknowledge the work she did as a citizen of Arkansas, including service for the Children's Defense Fund, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, Arkansas Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth, Arkansas Children's Hospital, Arkansas Educational System Task Force, Rural Health Advisory Committee, and many others, including her ground-breaking work as co-chair of Arkansas's Educational Standards Committee. Also recognized is her continued work at the national and international levels to improve the lives of all the world's children.

Click here to register or call the library at (501) 978-3870.

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