The library is in a new wing of the Tzin School, which was built three years ago.
Katherine Mirage has been contributing for many years to various projects supporting the future of Israel and the development of the Negev in particular.
The ceremony was attended by the Mirage family and representatives of the Mirage Foundation, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock accompanied by a delegation from Denver’s city hall, as well as Doug Seserman, CEO of the Denver Jewish Federation, students, parents, representatives of the local committee, and the regional council’s Department of Community and Education and Department of Engineering and Settlement.
During the ceremony, Council Mayor Shmuel Rifman spoke of his deep personal ties with Katherine Mirage and of the great contribution the Mirage family has made to the Negev.
The Tzin school choir, conducted by Tal Wagner, surprised the Denver mayor with a rendition of the familiar Jimmie Hendrix song, “Little Wing.”