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Stacks of Support
by Tribune Staff
Oct 27, 2011 | 1083 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Tribune/John Byrne - Dixie Rudebusch, a volunteer master sorter for the Friends of Washoe County Library, arranges books Wednesday afternoon for the Booksale Bonanza to benefit the library system starting Friday and running through Nov. 6.
Tribune/John Byrne - Dixie Rudebusch, a volunteer master sorter for the Friends of Washoe County Library, arranges books Wednesday afternoon for the Booksale Bonanza to benefit the library system starting Friday and running through Nov. 6.
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RENO — The Friends of Washoe County Library is holding its final semi-annual Booksale Bonanza of 2011 starting Friday and running through Nov. 6 at 5205 Mill St. The event is held to raise much-needed funds for local libraries.

Booksale Bonanza has more than 100,000 books representing every category — fiction and non-fiction, children’s, large-print and cookbooks — with prices starting at just 50 cents for pocketbooks and $1 for hardbacks. The sale also includes CDs, DVDs, VHS and audio tapes and vinyl records. The special bargain area features hardback fiction books for 50 cents. VHS and audio books are just 25 cents. Books from the previous year are priced at just $6 and rare and collectible books are individually priced.

Friends of Washoe County Library is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that recycles 100 tons of books each year through book sales and donations to local schools and non-profits and gives back more than $100,000 to local libraries.

For more information, visit www.washoelibraryfriends.org.
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Stacks of Support by Tribune Staff


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