Randolph dedicates a Little Free Library!
The Randolph Elementary School community dedicated its very own Little Free Library on May 30. Our Little Free Library was donated by the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization West End Committee and installed by Arthur Frey. The Snyder family, former Randolph parents, funded the project. Our talented art teacher, Laine Bowen, decorated it in the spirit of Randolph stars! Our library is officially registered with the Little Free Library non-profit organization and can be located on a map of the U.S. at http://www.littlefreelibrary.org. How does our Little Free Library work?
- It belongs to everybody, neighbors, friends and people we haven’t even met in the Randolph Elementary neighborhood.
- Anyone can use it.
- If you see a book you would like to read, take it!
- Share the book, return it the Little Free Library, or give it to a friend.
- Please give or donate a book to the Little Free Library that would be appropriate for kids or adults. If you have a large donation to make, please leave it in the donation box in the Main Office.
- Our Little Free Library offers a way to share good books with all ages in the neighborhood.
- The goal of our Little Free Library is to inspire a love of reading, build community, and encourage neighborhood book exchanges.
All of us can help support our Little Free Library by keeping it stocked with good books!