The youngest librarian- ever?

Here, a nice-tender-library story:

In 1980, when 10 year old Jason Hardman got tired of riding his bike 6 miles to the library in the next town, he convinced ‘his town council to let him setup and oversee a one-room public library.’  He became one of the youngest librarians ever. Jason also became one of the youngest persons to testify in front of a Congressional subcomittee and was honored by President Ronald Reagan. Check out Jason and his library in Elsinore, Utah.

Lately, the story has been making the magazine rounds and I thought it was the cutest thing…

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