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Algoma Library exchanging pantry donations for overdue fines

If you frequent the Algoma Public Library and have found yourself with overdue fees, the library has again begun accepting pantry donations in exchange for fine forgiveness. This offer is in partnership with the Kewaunee County Food Pantry, where the food will be donated. The Adult Services Librarian with the library, Katie Haasch, describes how this idea first started and the impact seen in past years.

 

 

You are invited to bring non-perishable items to the Algoma Public Library from Monday, April 4th through Saturday, April 9th, where you will receive $1.00 off of fines for each item. You can receive up to $25.00 of forgiveness from the donations. This offer does not include library items that have been lost, damaged, or billed. If you are unsure if you have any fines or overdue items, you can call the Algoma Public Library at (920)-487-2295.

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