Eden Prairie Girl Scouts Construct Free Little Library
Eden Prairie’s Wyndham Knoll Park has a new little free library thanks to a group of local Girl Scouts.
According to the Eden Prairie News, members of Girl Scout Troop 16105 installed the library at the park May 24, completing their Bronze Award project in the process.
The Girl Scouts involved with the project are all fifth-graders at Eden Prairie’s Prairie View Elementary School, the report said. They are: Kiara Millington, Lydia Robinson, Tegan Swanson, Autumn Swenson, Maddie Wilson and Katelyn Wittwer.
The little free library was designed to serve readers of all ages, and includes books for preschool students, elementary school students, teens and adults.
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This local update courtesy of your Eden Prairie Community Expert.