OPEN HOUSE — More than 50 people attended the open house at the Zadoc Long Free Library in Buckfield  on Aug. 19 , including from left, Jenna, Kate and Cort Hladik of Poland. They’re seen at one of the children’s play areas that was expanded during renovation by removing large computer carrels and replacing them with the end of bookstack drop leaf carrels. The open house also showed off the the original ceiling of the historic building, which was previously hidden under a drop ceiling. The work, which included updating the electrical, was underwritten by a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation and the town of Buckfield. Volunteer work was done by youth from Hope Presbyterian Church of Spotsylvania, Virginia, pro bono plans from Kristen Nelsen and Amy Stroud from Dattner Architects of New York City, and Tilton’s Market offered Open House support.

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