Jasper Municipal Library

Ingles, Ernie; Sivak, Allison
August 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p154
Features the Jasper Municipal Library in Jasper, Alberta. Historical background of the library building; Service costs for library users and annual budget of the library; Views of librarian Judy Krefting on library management; Services offered by the library to both temporary and long-term residents; Views of Krefting on the challenges and the future prospects of the library.


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