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Library book sale brings in an estimated $200,000

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More than 20,000 people made their way through the doors of the McKinley High School cafeteria during the Friends of the Library of Hawaii’s 63rd annual book sale, which ended its 10-day run on Sunday.

The book sale — a fundraiser to support public libraries and literacy programs across the state — brought in an estimated $200,000 from the sale of nearly 150,000 books collected by the Friends over the past year.

 

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