Pinwheels for Prevention

If you’re wondering why the front lawn of the library is festooned with sparkly blue pinwheels spinning in the April wind, it is because the library is participating with the Southern Tier Child Advocacy Center to get the word out about Child Abuse Prevention Month. The pinwheel is the national symbol of child abuse prevention, representing the great childhood all children deserve. Pinwheels symbolize our commitment to end child abuse, neglect, and maltreatment, and to ensure all children grow up in safe, nurturing homes and communities. The Cuba Library is honored to help with this project, and encourages you to stop by the library to pick up a free pinwheel of your own.