Harvest Youngster Builds Community Library

Harvest Youngster Builds Community Library

Hannah Wood is a 13-year-old a Girl Scout and resident of Harvest. She has been working toward earning the Girl Scout Silver Award. As part of this process, she decided she would build a community library.

Over the last several months, Hannah raised funds by holding bake sales, setting up lemonade stands, and babysitting. With that money she bought the paint and building supplies.  With the help of her family, she built the Harvest Community Library.

Harvest homeowners got involved by donating books to stock the shelves.  Additionally, homeowner Anna Schmidt helped Hannah with the finishing look by painting the library sign.

The Harvest Community Library is located on the side of the Farmhouse.  It is managed by the community and will run on the honor code where you can take-a-book and leave-a-book.  Please ensure that the book you leave is appropriate for children’s eyes.


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