New Britain-Based Girl Scout Troop Creates Free Libraries For Bucks County Residents

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The local Girl Scouts troop discussed all the activities they recently took part in.

A Bucks County Girl Scouts troop used their skills to create little free libraries for all Bucks County residents. Staff writers at Lower Bucks Times wrote about the troop’s activities over the past year.

Troop 2113 of New Britain was recently interviewed both all the activities they had participated in over the last few months. One of the most creative and helpful things they have done in the past year is create “Little Free Libraries”, a trend going on in small towns across American.

The mini-libraries are set up across towns for those looking too take a book or leave a book. Each one offers Bucks County residents a chance to read more than they usually would.

“We ran a book drive,” said Amber, a member of the local Girl Scouts troop. “We got a local business to purchase their own Little Free Libraries and painted it, and gave the business cases of new condition books to stock it. We paid to register area Little Free Libraries we discovered so they could be found on the regional map.”

Read more about Troop 2113’s endeavors at the Lower Bucks Times.

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