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Students in the Pulaski Elementary School Student Technology Leadership Program are shown in December with their completed “Little Free Library” project. The structure, located at the Main Street Dairy Queen, is stocked with free books, which are available at all hours for anyone who wishes to grab a book to read. The program, an international grassroots effort that began in 2009 in Wisconsin, works on the idea that people can leave a book and take a book, ensuring a rotating stock of free quality used books.

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