A public library in Maryland held a fundraiser that left a lasting impression In Anne Arundel County, book lovers had a chance to get literary-themed tattoos from the Lucky Bird tattoo shop. Forty percent of the proceeds went toward funding for the library's branches.

A public library in Maryland held a fundraiser that left a lasting impression

A public library in Maryland held a fundraiser that left a lasting impression

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In Anne Arundel County, book lovers had a chance to get literary-themed tattoos from the Lucky Bird tattoo shop. Forty percent of the proceeds went toward funding for the library's branches.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. In Maryland, the Anne Arundel County Public Library recently held a fundraiser that left a lasting impression. Book lovers had a chance to get literary-themed tattoos from Lucky Bird tattoo shop. Forty percent of the proceeds went towards funding for the county libraries. The event definitely made a mark. There are already talks of future tattoo fundraisers. Lots of people get a serpent on their arm - I'm thinking the very hungry caterpillar. It's MORNING EDITION.

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