The Buck-a-Book sale runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the First United Church in Salmon Arm April 6, with all proceeds supporting the GreenSpace initiative. (Kayleigh Seibel/Salmon Arm Observer)

Find your new favourite novel for $1 at First United Church

Buck-a-Book fundraiser sale runs until 3 p.m., supports GreenSpace initiative

Looking for some new reading material on the cheap? For everything from fantastical fiction to coffee table photo books, the Buck-a-Book fundraiser at the First United Church in Salmon Arm is a good place to start.

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From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 6, the First United Church in Salmon Arm will be selling books for the low price of just $1 a piece, as a fundraiser for their GreenSpace initiative, which seeks to help with community improvement projects and events that bring the community together.

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Along with other projects such as adult art classes and social gatherings, the Buck a Book sale contributes funds to help individuals and organizations in Salmon Arm while also providing some interesting reading material to eager bookworms in the Shuswap.

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