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Little free library named after beloved dog, Cloe

By Staff | Feb 17, 2017

Northern Lights Lions Club members Jodi Miller, Jennifer Suko, Randi Heisler, Sheryl Cameron and Sue Schaan pose in front of ‘The Cloe House’, a little free library open for use by the public.

The Northern Lights Lions Club’s Little Free Library is open to the public.

It is the first of four that the Northern Lights Lions Club plans to have around town by the end of the summer.

The current library is named The Cloe House, in memory of a dog named Cloe who was shot on that corner in January of 2014. Cloe was a black half Pomeranian, half poodle who was loved by all in her community.

The Cloe House was constructed by Northern Lights Lions Club President Jennifer Suko’s father, Rodney, a Lion from Jamestown. It was painted by Lion Sheryl Cameron. Cameron’s sister, Kay Gregurek was the proud owner of Cloe.

Lion Randi Heisler encourages the community to participate in the little free library. “Anyone can take and replace books,” she said.

The Cloe House little free library is located on the corner of 348 2nd street SE in Rugby.

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