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Food for Fines

5:59 PM, May 2, 2013  |  Comments
Don Litzer, T.B. Scott Free Library's assistant director, and Denis McCarthy, the Community Food Pantry's manager, prepare to unload a food delivery. For the 14th consecutive year, library patrons had the opportunity during National Library Week to have their fines waived by donating food items. This year, $643.87 in library fines were waived and a truckload of food was collected.
Don Litzer, T.B. Scott Free Library's assistant director, and Denis McCarthy, the Community Food Pantry's manager, prepare to unload a food delivery. For the 14th consecutive year, library patrons had the opportunity during National Library Week to have their fines waived by donating food items. This year, $643.87 in library fines were waived and a truckload of food was collected.
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