#ELGLKnope Best Library: Eagleton 8 Round

Posted on February 11, 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]NEW! Libraries can earn an extra vote each time someone posts a #SelfieInTheStacks – a selfie at the library. Use the hashtag and the library name to ensure your library gets credit! You can vote once and submit a selfie once this week. Questions? Contact Kent Wyatt, ELGL Co-Founder, [email protected].
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Final Results

Williamsburg 3,542 votes (70%) vs. Chapel Hill 1,506 (30%)
Baytown 1,377 votes (87%) vs. Frederick – 213 votes (13%)
Lawrence 838 votes (62%) vs. Lewisville 520 votes (38%)
Pueblo 2,289 votes (55%) vs. State College 1,838 votes (45%)

Final Four 

Williamsburg, VA vs. Baytown, TX
Lawrence, KS vs. Pueblo, CO

Eagleton 8 In the News

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Williamsburg v. Chapel Hill

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Baytown v. Frederick

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Pueblo v. State College

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Lewisville v. Lawrence

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Media Information

Contact – Kent Wyatt, ELGL Co-Founder, [email protected]
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Supplemental Reading

#ELGLKnope In the News


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