Friends of Apache Junction Arizona Library Fundraising Event

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Benjamin Realty LLC

The Apache Junction Arizona library is undergoing a new expansion program. The non profit group, Friends of the Apache Junction Public Library are sponsoring a fund raising event for the expansion program. They are selling tiles which can be engraved. The tiles will be placed in a commemorative wall in the new library area. Fees for the tiles range from $50 to $125. All funds raised will be matched by an anonymous donor. All proceeds benefit the library and are tax deductible. For more information about this program call 480-474-8555.

Thinking of relocating to Arizona? Check out Gold Canyon and Apache Junction areas. Call Bob and Carolin Benjamin at 480-201-3001. We'd love to help you.

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Bob & Carolin, you really represent your community and give people a reason why they should look into living there. Great Job!  I hope the fund-raising for the library goes well.  With the Internet, kids forget that they need to get off their PC at home and crack a book at the Library.

You inspire me to write more about my community. 

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