Show some spirit: buy a book spine for the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library

Valley Community Newspapers staff

The Friends of the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library are raising funds for the library by selling beautiful wood “book spines.”
The Friends of the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library are raising funds for the library by selling beautiful wood “book spines” that will be installed into a “bookcase” on permanent display in the library. This already installed “bookcase” at the Folsom Public Library in the children’s section is shown for illustrative purposes. The RWPG Library display will have its own character, one that will be as unique and creative as its patrons and community groups. / Valley Community Newspapers photo, Susan Laird

The Friends of the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library are raising funds for the library by selling beautiful wood “book spines” that will be installed into a “bookcase” on permanent display in the library. This already installed “bookcase” at the Folsom Public Library in the children’s section is shown for illustrative purposes. The RWPG Library display will have its own character, one that will be as unique and creative as its patrons and community groups. / Valley Community Newspapers photo, Susan Laird

Book spines? Well, not quite. These are actually plaques that are crafted to resemble the spines of library books. These will be installed into a “bookcase” in the lobby of the library.

Patrons can donate a book spine inscribed with a name, message, literary quote or memorial – all for just $100. This is also a great way for teams and clubs to give back to the community. Each book spine is two lines with up to 25 letters (including spaces) per line.

Forms are available at the library. For additional information, call (916) 392-0101.

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