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Little library in place at plaza

Noon Kiwanis Club establish in memory of former member

June 13, 2013
The Daily Freeman Journal

The first Little Free Library for Webster City has sprouted up at the Farmers Market corner.

Given in memory Ilo P. Frakes, who was a Noon Kiwanis Club member for 19 years, of which he served 17 years as club treasurer. The Library is registered as No. 6279 with the Little Free Library non-profit organization which promotes reading around the world. Citizens can take a book, leave a book... now or later. Any hardcover, softcover, adult or children's book is welcome. No campaign literature or inappropriate material is allowed. Club officials said no one can "steal" a book because every book donated is free.

Each registered library has a "steward" and if there are any questions or if someone observes problems with the library, call the Kiwanis Steward Darlene Dingman at 832-1619.

Article Photos

Members of the Noon Kiwanis Club met to hold a ribbon cutting Tuesday for the Little Free Library located at the City Hall Plaza. Those present were, left to right: Bobbie Sinclair, Al Yungclas, Jo Abens, Richard Irelan, Josh Lovelace, Caryl Hollingshead, Justin Malloy, Darlene Dingman, Ann Kennedy, Arden Schlitter, Luverne Bierle, Troy Thilges and Al Ropp.

 
 

 

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