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It's nearly fall and the Detroit Lakes Library Club is ready to host another season of books and music, and is seeing a jump in dues for the first time in many, many years.


When the Library Club was formed in 1907, the dues were set at $1.50. Years later they were upped to $2, and now they are increasing to $3.

Which other organization can say its dues have only gone up $1.50 in 102 years?

"They decided it was time," Librarian Mary Haney said.

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