Volunteer Megan Morketter sorts books at the John T. Crawford Renaissance Center on June 20, 2016, during the Charlotte Hornets’ annual day of community service, called Swarm to Serve. Nearly 400 volunteers built and stocked 18 libraries with books at preschools, child care centers, community centers and education nonprofits in the city’s low-income areas.
Volunteer Megan Morketter sorts books at the John T. Crawford Renaissance Center on June 20, 2016, during the Charlotte Hornets’ annual day of community service, called Swarm to Serve. Nearly 400 volunteers built and stocked 18 libraries with books at preschools, child care centers, community centers and education nonprofits in the city’s low-income areas. J. Daniel Hud JDHud@charlotteobserver.com
Volunteer Megan Morketter sorts books at the John T. Crawford Renaissance Center on June 20, 2016, during the Charlotte Hornets’ annual day of community service, called Swarm to Serve. Nearly 400 volunteers built and stocked 18 libraries with books at preschools, child care centers, community centers and education nonprofits in the city’s low-income areas. J. Daniel Hud JDHud@charlotteobserver.com

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