CALENDAR RAFFLE

 

The Friends of the Woonsocket Harris Public Library are conducting a calendar raffle to help raise money to fund all the fun and educational activities that
the library provides for its patrons.

 

Calendars are sold at the cost of $10 each.
Each calendar gives you a chance to win a prize on all 31 days during the month. The calendar winners will be drawn during the month of May.

 

Calendars can be purchased at the Harris Public Library circulation desk and from the members
of the Friends of the Library.

Cash accepted or check made payable to:
Friends of the Woonsocket Harris Public Library  

~ Thank You for supporting YOUR library! ~

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