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Newest Edmonds Little Free Library Has a Higher Purpose

Deborah Binder launched her Little Free Library this week to bring attention to the first World Ovarian Cancer Day.

The Binder family recently installed a sponsored Little Free Library,  #1555, in front of our home in Edmonds. Deborah Binder told Patch, "We  are excited to be the stewards of a sponsored library in honor of the Ovarian and Breast Cancer Alliance of Washington.  We hope our neighbors will enjoy our Little Free Library."  

She also hopes to bring attention to the first World Ovarian Cancer Day, which takes place May 8, 2013. The day is dedicated to creating and raising awareness about ovarian cancer, the women’s cancer with the lowest survival rate for which there is little awareness and no cure. On this day, ovarian cancer awareness organizations from across the world will aim to have a singular focus and message for ovarian cancer and its symptoms.

This website is a resource for learning about the Day, the disease, and how to get involved with your local ovarian cancer organization.

Check out the LFL story at www.littlefreelibrary.org

The way it works is simple:  

The Binders stock the LFL with a variety of books.  Anyone can stop by to take a book.  You return and bring books to contribute.  LFL books are always a gift and NEVER for sale.


The newest Little Free Library is located at: 8816 207th Place SW
Edmonds, WA.  98026. Google has a mapped index of all the Little Free Libraries worldwide.

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