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Read at Algoma Public Library and settle your fines

Read and watch your library fines fade away.  That's the goal of a new program at the Algoma Public Library.  "Read for Fines" takes place in April as part of National Library Month.  Adults Services Librarian Katie Haasch says the program is aimed at children and teens with a two-fold purpose.

 

 

"Read for Fines" is patterned after the successful "Food for Fines" program.  That program allows delinquent readers to reduce their fines by bringing in non-perishable food items for donation to the Kewaunee County Food Pantry.

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