Photo by Scott D. Johnston
                                Ocean Shores artist Susan LaMadrid transforms a fire hydrant in front of the Ocean Shores Library into a bookworm, in anticipation of the library’s reopening early next month. The library has been closed since July for an expansion project that has been funded entirely by donations. Meanwhile, the Ocean Shores Fire Department continues its “Adopt a Hydrant” plug painting project, in which anyone can participate by stopping by the Fire Station, next door to the library, for information and applications.
                                Ocean Shores artist Susan LaMadrid transforms a fire hydrant in front of the Ocean Shores Library into a bookworm, in anticipation of the library’s reopening early next month. The facility on Pt. Brown Ave. NE has been closed since July for an expansion project that has been funded entirely by donations. Meanwhile, the Ocean Shores Fire Department continues its “Adopt a Hydrant” plug painting project, in which anyone can participate by stopping by the Fire Station, next door to the library, for information and applications. (Photo by Scott D. Johnston)

Photo by Scott D. Johnston Ocean Shores artist Susan LaMadrid transforms a fire hydrant in front of the Ocean Shores Library into a bookworm, in anticipation of the library’s reopening early next month. The library has been closed since July for an expansion project that has been funded entirely by donations. Meanwhile, the Ocean Shores Fire Department continues its “Adopt a Hydrant” plug painting project, in which anyone can participate by stopping by the Fire Station, next door to the library, for information and applications. Ocean Shores artist Susan LaMadrid transforms a fire hydrant in front of the Ocean Shores Library into a bookworm, in anticipation of the library’s reopening early next month. The facility on Pt. Brown Ave. NE has been closed since July for an expansion project that has been funded entirely by donations. Meanwhile, the Ocean Shores Fire Department continues its “Adopt a Hydrant” plug painting project, in which anyone can participate by stopping by the Fire Station, next door to the library, for information and applications. (Photo by Scott D. Johnston)

Plugging the library

  • Thu Sep 19th, 2019 12:11pm
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Ocean Shores artist Susan LaMadrid transforms a fire hydrant in front of the Ocean Shores Library into a bookworm, in anticipation of the library’s reopening early next month. The library has been closed since July for an expansion project that has been funded entirely by donations. Meanwhile, the Ocean Shores Fire Department continues its “Adopt a Hydrant” plug painting project, in which anyone can participate by stopping by the Fire Station, next door to the library, for information and applications.