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Blessing boxes, filled with non-perishable food and personal hygiene items, became popular around Big Spring and the nation earlier this year. Now, local Big Spring resident and Farmers Insurance Agent Eric Escamilla has a new project that he hopes will catch on as well.
It’s called a “Phone Booth Library” and it’s located next to the blessing box in front of Farmers Insurance, located at 205 W. 15th Street.
With some help, Escamilla was able to transform an old phone booth into the Phone Booth Library. It’s currently stocked with books ranging from novels to children’s book. Anyone is welcomed to take a book and to donate books.
When asked why he wanted to set up the Phone Booth Library, Escamilla stated that one of the things that was important to him growing up was knowledge. He went on to say that the mentors he had encouraged him to read to find solutions for his problems. Now he would like to pass on that opportunity to other people.
The Phone Booth Library has been set up for about a week and Escamilla says that several books have been taken since then and he’s excited about the response.


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