Little Free Library Dedicated at Shillington Farmers Market

Altrusa International of Reading-Berks dedicated a Little Free Library recently at the Shillington Farmers Market.

Altrusa International of Reading-Berks is a volunteer organization of members united in service, personal development, and fellowship. 2018 marked the 75th Anniversary of the Reading Berks Chapter. “Altrusa” is derived from “ALTR” in altruism.

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This is the third Little Free Library Altrusa International of Reading-Berks has dedicated in the past three years. The first Little Free Library is located at Kid’s Cuts in West Reading and the second one is at Wyomissing Diner.

John Price donated his time and materials to build all the libraries. Alan Peer designed and donated the cooper roof. After the Little Free Library was constructed by Price and Peer, Altrusa members decorated the exterior of the library.

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