Library foundation seeks storage space
The Loudoun Library Foundation is in search of more work space; without it, the organization’s annual used book sale, a 25-year-running annual event, is in jeopardy of being canceled.
The library foundation needs to secure more space to sort and store books collected at the used books sale, according to a press release.
In 2012, the foundation raised more than $40,000 through the sale of donated books, CDs and DVDs to support Loudoun County’s public libraries.
The library needs approximately 2,500-square-feet of warehouse-type space with lighting.
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