If you think of it like "school", then it makes more sense.
On 1/20/2022 1:47 PM, Janet Wilson wrote:
> I find the linked explanation a bit ambiguous. In the second part, it
> says that you only capitalize "library" if you are talking about a
> specific library. Yet the example sentence talks about going to "the"
> library, not "a" library, which suggests to me that they are talking
> about a specific library. :)
> Janet Wilson
> Quoting Soldiers Library <[log in to unmask]>:
>> For those of you interested in the consensus as to whether to use
>> "L" or
>> "l" when referring to our libraries - it was almost a tie - with the
>> taking the lead by one vote!!!
>> Thank you all for your input - it will be a great point of
>> discussion at
>> our next Board/board meeting. ;-)
>> Here is a helpful link which Andrea DeBiase kindly shared:
>> Think Spring! !💥
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