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The Reading Patch at Strawberry Patch Park was funded by Waste Management and built by members of the Mayor's Youth Council. Present at the opening of the tiny library were, from left, David Holloway of Waste Management, Parth Malavia of Madison Central, Caroline Loeb of Madison-Ridgeland Academy, Mary Phillip Bariola of Madison Central, Claire Finch of MRA, Perry Powell of MRA, Caleigh Hankins of St. Joseph, Anna Leigh Montgomery of Madison Central, Anna Johnston of Madison Central, Anna Claire Campbell of MRA, Hailey Desai of Madison Central, Mary Michael Evans of Madison Central, Jillian Russell of Madison Central, Elizabeth Barton of Madison Central, Clay Morris of St. Andrew's, Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler and Buford Clark of Waste Management.
The Reading Patch at Strawberry Patch Park was funded by Waste Management and built by members of the Mayor's Youth Council. Present at the opening of the tiny library were, from left, David Holloway of Waste Management, Parth Malavia of Madison Central, Caroline Loeb of Madison-Ridgeland Academy, Mary Phillip Bariola of Madison Central, Claire Finch of MRA, Perry Powell of MRA, Caleigh Hankins of St. Joseph, Anna Leigh Montgomery of Madison Central, Anna Johnston of Madison Central, Anna Claire Campbell of MRA, Hailey Desai of Madison Central, Mary Michael Evans of Madison Central, Jillian Russell of Madison Central, Elizabeth Barton of Madison Central, Clay Morris of St. Andrew's, Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler and Buford Clark of Waste Management.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 12:00 PM
The Reading Patch is open for lending.
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