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Clark Library Hosts Indoor Mini Golf

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CLARK, NJ - Mini golfers of all ages flocked to the Clark Public Library on Saturday for the annual Indoor Mini Golf event.  

Players navigated holes sponsored by local businesses, organizations and students from Arthur L. Johnson High School.   There were holes to challenge the most skilled golfers and others designed to bring a smile to the faces of participants.  

“It’s a great way to get the kids out of the house on a cold winter Saturday.  They love it and I love watching them have fun,” said one mom who declined to share her name. 

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The event is hosted by Clark’s Friends of the Library. Funds raised will be used to support a variety of library activities, projects and special purchases.  

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