Saturday, August 12, 2017

News from the City of Greenacres: “City gets a Little Free Library!”

And guess what! Officials from the City of Lake Worth are cited in this news story (see excerpt below). 

You won’t find this news on the City of Lake Worth’s Facebook page. Why? Because the City of Lake Worth doesn’t have one.

However, here is the news from the City of Greenacres’ Facebook page:

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Friday, August 11, 2017 at the Community Center to unveil the first Free Little Library in the City [of Greenacres]. Collaboration with the City of Lake Worth was instrumental in assisting Greenacres with obtaining their first one.
     Many officials were present for the ribbon cutting: Greenacres’ Mayor Joel Flores, Deputy Mayor Paula Bousquet, and City Manager Andrea McCue, City of Lake Worth Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell, and Assistant [Lake Worth] City Manager Juan Ruiz participated in the ribbon cutting.

To follow on Facebook and learn more about the Little Free Libraries in the little City of Lake Worth use this link.

“Take a Book  ~  Leave a Book”
Have a book or books to donate? Call 561-585-6035 or email:

“Since the first Little Free Library was planted in Lake Worth almost 2 years ago, more than 25,000 books have been placed in circulation in more than 80 Little Free Libraries throughout our neighborhoods. All of them through the kindness and generosity of nice people like you.

Please help our Little Free Library Stewards keep up with the great demand for books your Little Free Libraries have created by donating gently used books, especially children’s books, that you or your neighbors would like to share.”

“Take A Book  ~  Leave A Book!”