Community members and local leaders (from left) Jean Cook, Glenda Flanagan, Rachael Hissong, Patsy Bortner, Kevin Bronson and Bud Bortner all represent the groups that helped bring the Little Free Library to life at the Paola Dog Park at Lake Miola. Cook, Flanagan and the Bortners belong to the Heartland Art Guild. Hissong represents the Paola Free Library, and Bronson represents the Paola High School shop class.

PAOLA — The Paola Free Library is “where community happens,” as its logo states, but thanks to a recently constructed Little Free Library at Lake Miola, the library now has another access point to share material with the community.

The new Little Free Library can be found right in front of the Paola Dog Park. It is easily spotted via the studious dog gracing the right side of the hutch or by the vibrant colors enveloping the entirety of it.

Abby Richmond is a Paola High School graduate who is studying journalism in college.

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