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Bob Cox firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Saturday, August 9, 2014 1:15 am
Crawfordsville Rotary Club is bringing an international craze to Montgomery County. Little libraries are popping up around county towns, thanks to Rotarian’s and a local bank.
The idea is to promote reading and to add a positive new twist to each community.
“I am really excited about this new project the Rotary Club is doing,” Rotarian and little library organizer Claude Johnson said. “I love this project because we all have great books we can share and honestly don’t know how to get rid of. This program is free and has been a success all over the world.”
So far, the Rotarian’s have placed little libraries in Alamo, Wingate, Mace and Shannondale. Communities scheduled to get a little library are New Richmond, Elmdale, Yountsville, New Market and Waynetown.
Readers can go to any little library and take a book or two. Patrons can replace their chosen book with one of their own, or even keep the book. The service is free.
It’s the Granddaddy of the muscle truck. The original gangster, and the one that broke the mold when it came to straight-line American speed in the late 1970’s. The Little Red Express Truck was a twin-stacked, small block powered pickup truck from Dodge that was your worst nightmare if you happened to own a Ferrari 308, Trans Am or Corvette back in 1978 or 1979. Big on style as well as performance, the Little Red’s are some of the rarest and coolest trucks to ever come out of Detroit, and with the power to back up the looks, it’s no wonder they’ve generated a cult following amongst dedicated enthusiasts.
ALAMO — When you go, what do you hope to leave behind so people remember?
Joseph M. Willis, a patent medicine maker near the turn of the 20th century and a man a newspaper of his day concluded was “peculiar to the extreme,” had an idea about that.
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