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Play Chess? Volunteer!

March 29, 2014 | Loretta | Comments (0)

Are you a youth looking to earn volunteer hours? Love playing chess in your free time and want to spread your knowledge of this great game? Join the Chess in the Library (CITL) program!


Chess in the library is a student volunteer-run program. Since 2009, the program has expanded to public libraries all across Canada. Members of the program gather each week to play casual chess, blitz, and CFC rated games.

If you're interested in volunteering for this program at the Barbara Frum Branch, please apply directly at


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