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Two little free libraries installed in county

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Two little free libraries installed in county

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CONTRIBUTED Organizers commemorated the opening of the Little Free Library at the Putnam County Department of Family and Children Services. Standing, from left to right: Cathy Mize, Ferst Readers of Putnam County Chairwoman; Candi

The Ferst Readers of Putnam County alongside the Eatonton-Putnam County Library recently installed two new little free libraries throughout the county.

One library was installed at the Putnam County Department of Family and Children Services, while the other was installed on the Putnam campus of Central Georgia Technical College.

Little free libraries inspire a love of reading, builds community and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges throughout the world. Citizens are free to drop books off as well as take other books to read from the locations.

Through the application of these libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year, which drastically increases the access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Citizens throughout the county are encouraged to bring books to the libraries to share.

The Ferst Readers and Eatonton-Putnam County Library installed both libraries on Aug. 23, and both little free libraries were built by Tod Swymer. With these two new installations, there are now nine little free libraries in Putnam County.

For more information on Little Free Library and its history, visit https://littlefreelibrary.org/.