From The Owensboro Times
BMS unveils Little Free Library sponsored by Kentucky Wesleyan Student Program
The Little Free Library movement has taken the world by storm over the past 10 years with more than 80,000 Little Free Libraries emerging across all 50 states and over 90 countries. The movement was inspired by Todd H. Bol who started the first Little Free Library in his front yard in 2009 as a tribute to his mother, a former teacher.
Owensboro has four Little Free Library locations, with the latest being installed at Burns Middle School (BMS) on Wednesday. BMS teachers, students and staff were on hand, as well as DCPS Superintendent Matt Robbins, to unveil the new addition to the BMS outdoor entryway.
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