Aurora Library Will Accept Cans for Fines in February

The initiative will benefit local food pantries.

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(Aurora, Ind.) – The Aurora Public Library District has come up with a new way to pay off fines while helping the community.

In their January/February Newsletter, the library announced the “Cans for Fines” initiative.

Individuals facing late fees may bring in cans and other non-perishable food items to pay off fines during the month of February.

Each food item equals $1 in fines.

All food items will be donated to local food panties.

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