Shutesbury Seeks Help Building New Library
The small western Massachusetts town of Shutesbury is looking for help to build a new public library in the town. The town’s current library is housed in a 110-year-old building and is just 900 square feet and has no running water.
Last month the town came together to create a video that not only shows off the exterior and interior of the old building, but also showcases the people of the town.
- Mary-Anne Antonellis, director of Shutesbury’s M. N. Spear Library
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