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Dougherty Co. Law Library selling 'The Food Court' cookbooks

Laureen Kelly holds the cookbook she's been publishing for six years. (Source:WALB) Laureen Kelly holds the cookbook she's been publishing for six years. (Source:WALB)
It's titled "The Food Court" and has more than 500 recipes. (Source:WALB) It's titled "The Food Court" and has more than 500 recipes. (Source:WALB)
Laureen Kelly, Library Manager (Source:WALB) Laureen Kelly, Library Manager (Source:WALB)
DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) -

If you are still in need of a mother's day gift, you might be able to find one at the Dougherty County Law Library.

Library Manager Laureen Kelly spent six years putting together a cookbook titled "The Food Court." 

It features more than 500 recipes.

Proceeds from sales will help buy updated print resources for the Library.

"One of the things I included in the book is I've got a history of the law library and I have information about the Dougherty Judicial Circuit. So, I'm hoping it will help people feel more sense of ownership and community with the local legal system," said Kelly.

The books are $17.95 each.

You can get a copy at the Law Library inside the Dougherty County courthouse or by clicking here

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