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Editorial: "Knowledge Knows No Boundaries"

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

When you think about great, vibrant places to live what things comes to mind?  A good job market, moderate climate, historical significance, arts and entertainment, great restaurants, and good schools would top most any list. 

We here in Montgomery, Alabama have a unique opportunity before us.  Those that live here already know it's a great place to live, work and play; but, what if we had a beacon to the world that shined an even brighter light on our city.  In our opinion, we have just that beacon – at least conceptually on paper - and it's called Questplex.

Questplex, when completed, will be the first in the country to house a global, state-of-the-art learning center for all ages. This global education and learning center is expected to have a huge impact on Alabama's children, as well as to Montgomery and the state at large. The center is a collaboration of the City of Montgomery, the Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library and The Children's Museum of Alabama.

We applaud the vision that was needed to bring a project of this stature to the point it is now and anxiously await the day we can "cut the ribbon" and enjoy what is planned to be a magnificent facility for all to enjoy in the heart of our beautiful capital city.  We encourage everyone to learn more about this project by logging onto www.questplex.org.

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