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Poth Page: ‘Little Free Library’ on Dilworth Plaza

Poth Page: ‘Little Free Library’ on Dilworth Plaza
Dennis Migl prepares to install the “Little Free Library” on Dilworth Plaza in Poth. This complements services of the Wilson County Public Library, located on the courthouse square in Floresville.

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April 23, 2014
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“Take a Book. Return a Book.”

That’s how it works at the “Little Free Library” on Dilworth Plaza in Poth.

Donated by Dennis Migl, the little library case is located at 121 Dilworth Plaza, just outside the office of Wilson County Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace Sara Canady. According to Nicki Stohr, director of the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Public Library in Floresville, the little library’s charter with is pending.

“The Wilson County Public Library is currently looking for a home for a second Little Free Library as we expand our library services to the residents of Wilson County,” Stohr said.

For information on this or the full-service library in Floresville, contact Stohr at 830-393-7361.

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