Library’s ‘Food For Fines’ Program Benefits Food Bank
From June 1-30, library users can bring nonperishable food items to the library, 301 W. Elm. Each item donated will equal up to $1 of late-fine forgiveness. Donations cannot be applied toward fees incurred for loss or damage.
Food for Fines is being offered in conjunction with an exhibit of stacked-can art that will be displayed in the library beginning in mid-July. Salina artist Curt Krob will construct sculptures from canned goods. The stacked-can art exhibit was developed by Salina Arts & Humanities and is funded by a Love Your Community grant from Greater Salina Community Foundation.
All donated items and the items used in the stacked-can art exhibit will benefit the Salina Area Emergency Aid-Food Bank.
For more information, please contact Amy Adams, Public Relations Coordinator, at email@example.com, 825-4624, ext. 219, or visit the library at 301 W. Elm.