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April 29, 2012

Middlebury group planning mini golf fundraiser

MIDDLEBURY — Members of the Middlebury Community Enrichment Council are planning for the group’s 2012 Mini Golf @ the Library.

MCEC members stated in a press release, “Last fall’s Mini Golf @ the Library was so well received that the council is making this fun and entertaining time for both adults and children an annual event.”

MCEC is comprised of the Friends of Middlebury Community Public Library, the Friends of Middlebury Parks and the Middlebury Community Historical Museum. MCEC members are Dick Cook, Terry Rheinheimer, Barb Piaskowy, John McKee, Sue Ann Von Blon, Tom Enright and Richard Smith.

MCEC works to help the Library, the parks and the museum maintain their quality of services to the Middlebury community. In planning for this year’s event, a number of new additions are being discussed.

The 2012 dates are Oct. 26 for the adults-only VIP mini golf and Oct. 27 for family mini golf. Earnings from mini golf are divided equally among the member organizations and used for programs that otherwise might not be funded, according to organizers.

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