NPB Library Book Sale Raises Over $4,400
UPDATE: "The Annual Book Sale was a tremendous success - we raised over $4,400 for the Library. Many thanks to all of our members who worked so tirelessly setting up and selling books and a very special thank you to Boy Scout Troop #155 and Scout Master Kevin Van Dyke for coming to our aid on the last day of the sale. They helped purchasers get their books out to their cars on a somewhat rainy day and stayed to help us pack up the books that were left. We also have 7 new members who joined during the course of the Book Sale. We appreciate your support." -- Patty Sullivan
Patty Sullivan, president of the Friends of the North Palm Beach Library, reports the first day of their Annual Book Sale was "incredible. We sold $1,693 worth of books today but there are still hundreds of books left. We have a very large selection of hard cover fiction and large print fiction as well as non-fiction, CDs and children's books. We are also selling the last of the oak card catalogues ($150 or best offer), a podium and two magazine racks. They are located in the lobby of the Library if you would like to come and see them and make an offer. "
The sale continues at the library today, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1-4:30 pm, with all proceeds supporting the library. On Sunday, "everything that is left will be sold for the incredible price of 10 cents a book! "
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