Bonations sought for Friends of the Library book sale


Donations sought for library book sale

You can de-clutter this winter and get a tax break for helping the Hancock County Public Library.

On Monday, Jan. 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., patrons can drop off gently used books, DVDs, video game discs and music CDs at the side delivery entrance (northeast corner) of the library in Greenfield. A volunteer will assist when someone rings the bell. Please request your tax receipt at the same time.

Because of limited space, donations can only be made on specified dates.

Bargain books and other media are available inside the main entrance at the Main Branch. Shelves are on the left as you enter the library from the lobby. Most prices range from 50 cents to $2. The Sugar Creek Branch in New Palestine also has sale items on a marked cart.

Proceeds from sales by the Friends of the Hancock County Public Library, a nonprofit volunteer group, fund free concerts and children’s events.