People in Perry found a way for a Westside graduate to live on, even after her death.
Ashley Moore passed away unexpectedly last November at the age of 34. She was the library director in Dougherty County, Georgia.
It's her passion for books that will carry on in her hometown for years to come.
A small project, no bigger than a large birdhouse, drew a big crowd to Perry's Carroll Street Friday.
People came to see the opening of what seems to be a box with books, but it's much more.
A close friend of Ashley's parents, Terre Walker, said, "I wanted to do something for the library, because Ashley was a librarian, and I wanted it to be something permanent."
Walker heard about the "Little Free Library" system from Houston County's librarians. She thought it a fitting honor for Ashley.