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The Plymouth Women’s Club unveiled more than two dozen Little Free Libraries Saturday during a community celebration in the Plymouth High School cafeteria. The 29 libraries, constructed mostly by Kettle Moraine Correctional Institute inmates and painted by local artists and groups, each with a special theme, will be placed around the city. The idea of the Little Free Libraries is to encourage the free exchange of used books, with patrons encouraged to take a book to read and leave one for others. The unveiling at the high school included games and crafts for children along with raffles and silent auctions, and the crowning of Jaida Karmasin of Cascade as Little Free Library Princess. It was Karmasin’s Little Free Library for Cascade that sparked the Women’s Club to mark their 100th anniversary with the project for Plymouth. Among those attending the event were Rick Brooks (cover), Little Free Library co-founder. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner The Plymouth Women’s Club unveiled more than two dozen Little Free Libraries Saturday during a community celebration in the Plymouth High School cafeteria. The 29 libraries, constructed mostly by Kettle Moraine Correctional Institute inmates and painted by local artists and groups, each with a special theme, will be placed around the city. The idea of the Little Free Libraries is to encourage the free exchange of used books, with patrons encouraged to take a book to read and leave one for others. The unveiling at the high school included games and crafts for children along with raffles and silent auctions, and the crowning of Jaida Karmasin of Cascade as Little Free Library Princess. It was Karmasin’s Little Free Library for Cascade that sparked the Women’s Club to mark their 100th anniversary with the project for Plymouth. Among those attending the event were Rick Brooks (cover), Little Free Library co-founder. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner




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