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updated: 3/9/2014 2:33 AM

Grayslake Area Public Library holds indoor mini-golf event

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  • Zachary Krakow, 10, of Grayslake putts through a book aisle decorated with drapery to resemble an entry to a castle during mini-golf inside the Grayslake Area Public Library on Saturday in Grayslake.

       Zachary Krakow, 10, of Grayslake putts through a book aisle decorated with drapery to resemble an entry to a castle during mini-golf inside the Grayslake Area Public Library on Saturday in Grayslake.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

The Grayslake Area Public Library held its second annual mini-golf fundraising event on Saturday.

Participants in the Grayslake Library Foundation-sponsored event played in a family-friendly event in the afternoon, featuring free ice cream for children at the 19th hole. An adults-only competition was held in the evening, and both floors of the library were used for the course.

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The event is to raise money for items beyond the operating budget. Youth Services Computer room applications, iPads and e-book readers were purchased through previous events. This year's purchases have yet to be determined.

"Traditionally, libraries and golf courses are quiet places, however at this event, good-hearted competition, including clapping, cheering and even fist-pumping is welcome," library director Roberta Thomas said in a news release.

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