Next week is National Library Week, and the Brentwood, Maplewood and Richmond Heights libraries are celebrating — here’s how.
Brentwood Library is partnering with Operation Food Search during the week to offer food for fines. Bring in nutritious canned food items and your fines will be waived up to $10 per card. It will apply only to fines, not lost items. 1 item = $1.
Some what what is needed:
Light Tuna & Salmon (canned & pouches) & Canned Chicken
Soup, Chili, Stews with Meat/Beans (a meal in a can)
Canned fruit (in natural juices)
Diced Tomatoes, Tomato Paste, Canned Spaghetti Sauces (low sodium )
Dried Spices: chili powder, garlic, cumin, oregano, basil
Breakfast Cereal (Cheerios/Honey Nut Cheerios preferred
including store brands)
Ziplock Bags: Freezer Gallon & Quart Sizes
Can Openers: Swing-A-Way brand preferred
Deodorant, Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
Please, no glass containers – please, NO ramen noodles
Drop by Maplewood Public Library for a free gift during the week.
The Richmond Heights Memorial Library was recognized in a recent city council meeting.
Council Member Megan Moylan and Mayor Jim Thomson read the proclamation for National Library Week which will be celebrated April 8-14. pic.twitter.com/CCYHPbpB6t
— Richmond Heights, MO (@RichmondHghtsMO) April 3, 2018