Second Little Free Library Added To Victory Heights

librarymapThe second Little Free Library has been installed on 23rd Avenue NE in Victory Heights and ready to lend books. The first Little Free Library, located near the park, started on November 3rd, and now thanks to Robert Gordon, the second is open for lending on the corner of NE 104th Way and 23rd Avenue NE. Assisting Robert with the installation was Keith Dekker and Fred Lupton.

Left to right: Keith Dekker, Robert Gordon and Fred Lupton next to Victory Heights' second Little Free Library.

Left to right: Keith Dekker, Robert Gordon and Fred Lupton next to Victory Heights’ second Little Free Library.


Residents now have two locations where they can find free books to borrow as well as leaving ones for others to have. If you have any spare books, please visit the new library and donate them.
Great job, everyone!
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4 Responses to Second Little Free Library Added To Victory Heights

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  2. Shammara says:

    Way to go neighbors! You should look at getting twitter accounts for both to help spread the word.

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