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December 13 08:52 AM

Library hosts amnesty program

The Shreve Memorial Library is hosting its “Food for Thought — Amnesty Days” through Dec. 31.

Library patrons with overdue fines can donate a non-perishable food item for each overdue item returned, and fines will be forgiven.

The non-perishable food items will be donated to the Food Bank of Northwest Louisi ana.

Offering fine forgiveness is an opportunity for the library to show good will toward its customers and help the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana help people.

Food bank officials say the needs in the community are great. Any donations are welcome.

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