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Food for library fines in Summit Co.

SUMMIT COUNTY – If you have an overdue library book, you can get off the hook by donating to a food bank. In celebration of National Library Week, the Summit County Libraries will collect food goods in lieu of monetary fines for overdue library materials starting in mid-April. The grace period runs from April 11-24. According to Summit County Social Services, items especially needed are: Rice, noodles, tuna, canned chicken, spaghetti and tomato sauce, cereals, canned soup, beans, canned fruit, oatmeal and canned meals (Spaghettios, chili, etc.). Other non-perishable foods will be accepted. Food cannot be used in payment for lost library materials. For more information, call the main branch in Frisco at (970) 668-5555.


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