Donations show the kindness of people. And with its purpose to help others in need, who would not appreciate it? But sadly for a district library in Michigan, a donation of books brought in a bed bug problem to the building.
The Marshall District Library was scheduled to hold the American Association of University Women Book Sale. Donations of books came in for the said event. However, with a set of donated books were bed bugs, shared Director Angela Semifero. Because of that, the book sale was canceled. Acceptance of book donations was called off as well until further notice.
To contain the blood-fed bed bugs, the infested books were isolated in a storage area. And as declared on its website, the Marshall Disctrict Library is now bed-bug-free. To keep it that way, it was said that any future book donations will be cleaned with a device.
The sighting of bed bugs in Kalamazoo Public Library said warned Marshall District Library of possible bed bug infestation and helped it know the things to do if the pests show up.
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“The Marshall District Library has declared itself bedbug-free.
In a notice posted on the library’s website, marshalldistrictlibrary.org, Director Angela Semifero said a donation of books brought a collection of bedbugs with it.”
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