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(ALGONAC) — Congresswoman Candice Miller will make a donation of books to the Algonac-Clay branch of the St. Clair County Library on Friday, April 5. The books were obtained through the Library of Congress’ surplus book donation program in Washington, DC. Congresswoman Miller will be donating a wide variety of books for different age groups to add to the Library’s collection and in the honor of National Library Week, which begins April 14. The Algonac-Clay Library was formed in 1901 by the Ladies Library Association. It was the third library to become affiliated with the St. Clair County Library System. In March 1997, the library moved into its current location, the former Hemenger Hardware property. The library serves a population of over 13,000 residents through its many programs, a wide range of materials, and modernized facilities.