The Rotary Club of Moultrie launched its "Little Free Library" initiative this year and has placed a total of 7 libraries in our community. The libraries are repurposed newspaper boxes donated by the local paper, the Moultrie Observer, and spruced up with fresh powder coating and graphics. Each library is a book-sharing box where people of all ages can come to take a book or leave a book, promoting literacy and encouraging more people to read. Rotary members helped pick up and clean the boxes, and then helped deliver them to the final locations. Several Rotary members participated by donating books for each box. The libraries have been very popular with the community and have seen a lot of traffic - so much so that we have received requests for additional boxes. We are now working with the local school system to place at least 5 more at our elementary schools for when school is out during the summer.
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