Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Library brings back Food For Fines program for Holiday season

For those with overdue items from the local library, December offers up the chance for a bit of amnesty on your debt and all it will take is a donation of some food for the local food bank.

The Prince Rupert Library is clearing out a bit of space to received the donations for the annual community effort that runs from December 1st to the 30th.

The concept of Food For Fines is pretty simple, for every donation of food, library users can knock off 2 dollars from overdue fees, however there are some guidelines in place when it comes to the donations with good accepted under the following conditions:

Two dollars will be deducted per non- perishable, unexpired, undamaged, boxed or a canned food time.

The Library program is for overdue fees only and no change or credit will be provided as part of the month long project to help out the food bank.

You can find out more about Food For Fines, as well as other activities taking place over the holidays at the Library from their website here.

Notes on other Community events taking place on the North Coast can be reviewed from our Community Notes archive.

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