(Juneau) The ribbon was recently cut on a new “Little Free Library” in Dodge County. The Friends of the Juneau Public Library recently joined the movement to share books, bring people together, and create a community of readers. The Little Free Library is located near the American Flagpole at the Juneau Public Library on 250 North Fairfield Avenue. Friends of the Juneau Public Library President Sally Schoenike says they are excited about the grand opening of our Little Free Library and the benefit it will be to the Juneau area and surrounding communities. How it works, anyone can donate a book by simply placing them in any Little Free Library book exchange near you. If you take a book, or two, from a Library, you do not need to return that exact book. However, in order to keep the Little Free Library full of good choices for the entire community, the next time you swing by the Library bring a few books to share. Little Free Library book exchanges function on the honor system; everyone contributes to ensure there are always quality books inside for both children and adults.
Pictured from left to right & front to back:
Back row: Sally Schoenike, President of the Friends of the Juneau Public Library, Jannette Thrane, Juneau Public Library Director, Al Hoeschele
Front row: Mary Webster-Abitz, Ray Abitz, Graham Wagner, Sarah Lange, Cathy Hoeschele