• PHASE ONE: City of Annapolis Parks W.E.E. Trail -- 15 locations and 20 boxes (outdoor locations)
• PHASE TWO: City of Annapolis Community Centers-- Goal 10+ LFL (indoor locations)
• PHASE THREE: Expansion into AA County -- and so on...
The Importance of the project (quotes)
“We are committed to bringing the joy and power of reading directly into our communities. -- Over time, the LFL Committee will provide Rotary with useful data-driven reports on the usage of the LFLs in Annapolis.”
Dona Rudderow Sturn, LFL Chair
“The LFL project will be a gift in many ways to the Annapolis community. It also presents our club with our first sustainable working relationship with the City of Annapolis. What a wonderful partnership is being forged!”
Rotary Club of Annapolis President, Carletta Allen
“Bringing Little Free Libraries to communities in collaboration with Annapolis Rotary and the City's Department of Recreation and Parks is a great way to advance literacy across all wards of the City.”
Mayor Gavin Buckley, City of Annapolis
“The Little Free Libraries (LFL) can bring diverse people together for a common objective of reading — in relation to parks and history — and supports the Mayor’s ONE ANNAPOLIS initiative, connecting communities and geographic areas and people; bringing all Anapolitans into the fold. LFL gives access to disadvantaged youth who otherwise would not have access to books.”
Archie Trader, Director Parks & Recs City of Annapolis
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