MURRAY — The Murray Library is offering a chance for patrons to adopt and care for a shelf in the library.
The shelf or shelves adopted will be named after the person or family who adopts them.
An initial 30-minute training session and at least one hour of service every two weeks are required. There is a three-month commitment to the adopted shelf. Families can work together, but children under 12 should be supervised.
For more information, call the library at 801-264-2580.
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