Randy Walker of the Cary-Page Rotary Club stands with one of the club’s two new Little Free Libraries in Cary. Little Free Libraries is a movement that encourages people to drop off books and take books from boxes. For information about the program, call Randy Walker at 919-422-8461.
Randy Walker of the Cary-Page Rotary Club stands with one of the club’s two new Little Free Libraries in Cary. Little Free Libraries is a movement that encourages people to drop off books and take books from boxes. For information about the program, call Randy Walker at 919-422-8461. COURTESY OF THE CARY-PAGE ROTARY CLUB
Randy Walker of the Cary-Page Rotary Club stands with one of the club’s two new Little Free Libraries in Cary. Little Free Libraries is a movement that encourages people to drop off books and take books from boxes. For information about the program, call Randy Walker at 919-422-8461. COURTESY OF THE CARY-PAGE ROTARY CLUB

Community Notes: April 13

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