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Little Free Library coming to Southside Hope Health Clinic

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Southside Hope Health Clinic will be getting a Little Free Library.

The dedication for it will be 3:45 p.m., Wednesday at 409 W. Solomon St., Griffin. The box is a former newspaper box was donated and sponsored by The Griffin Daily News and decorated by A.Z. Kelsey Academy students.

The steward for the box, according to Brett Bell from the Spalding Collaborative, will be Carl Henry and staff at Hope Health Clinic. Another Little Free Library will be dedicated next week.

At 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 27, one will be dedicated at Brighter

Tomorrows Counseling, 1815 North Expressway, Suite B, Griffin. This box — also a former newspaper box donated and sponsored by The Griffin Daily News and decorated by A.Z.. Kelsey Academy students — will have Shannon Eller and staff as stewards.

Another dedication is scheduled for July 27 at the Wyomia Tyus Olympic Park playground, 1301 Cowan Road, Griffin. The dedication is scheduled for 3 p.m. — and this box is sponsored by Georgia Power and was built, decorated and “solar powered” by Sisavath Remodeling. A steward will be determined.

“Thank you for your continued support around the Spalding Collaborative’s Little Free Library initiative,” Bell said, announcing the upcoming dedications.

Bell also thanked First National Bank’s summer interns Kylie Griffin and John Copeland, whose responsibilities include “visiting each Little Free Library ensuring that there exist no maintenance issues, as well as changing out the books to that of different ones.”

He also gave a “major shoutout” to FNB Marketing Director Andrea Dunson and FNB President Chuck Copeland, for additional support.

 

  • Jun 19, 2018