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Eagle Scout Jim Kemp, 17, installed three Little Free Libraries in Framingham on Saturday, September 24, at properties owned by Advocates.
Advocates is a nonprofit provider of services to individuals facing life challenges.
Kemp, who lives in Medfield, is a member of Medfield-based Troop 89. Kemp constructed the three little free libraries and installed them with members of his Troop on Saturday afternoon.
Advocates CEO Diane Gould Joined the Scouts for the installation on Clara Road, where Advocates cares for individuals living with Prader-Willi Syndrome, a complex genetic disorder involving intellectual disabilities.
Little Free libraries built by Kemp were also installed at Advocates properties on Main Street and Warren Road in Framingham.
Individuals in the neighborhoods are encouraged to stop by and take a book they like or leave a book for others to pick up and enjoy.