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Everett teen expands free library network

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  An Everett resident, teenager Evelyn Gayhart, opened her newest “little free library” in “Evelyn’s Free Library Network” at The Well Coffee House this past weekend. Family, friends and neighbors gathered to celebrate the event and support literacy access across all ages. The library is located inside the shop and is available to access during their business hours. The Well Coffee House is located at 983 Broadway, right on the Everett/Malden line. This project is the first of four in her library network expansion that will continue throughout the spring, thanks to funding from the Everett Citizens Foundation.

State Senator Sal DiDomenico (left) and State Representative Joe McGonagle congratulate Evelyn Gayhart on her Little Free Library.
Evelyn Gayhart is shown with the Well Coffee House staff
Local residents are shown checking out the books at “Evelyn’s Free Library Network” at The Well Coffee House, which is located at 983 Broadway.

Evelyn Gayhart is shown with Norma Jackson
Robin Babcock, Emilia Maria-Babcock, and Shenae Jackson
Evelyn Gayhart is shown speaking to guests, including State Senator Sal DiDomenico (second from left).
Evelyn Gayhart is shown at the Little Free Library.

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