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‘Wee Ones’ wow with a whopping 225 books!

August 20, 2013

(Photo submitted)

A few weeks back, many of the members of the Punxsutawney Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program held their end-of-the-year program.

More recently, though, the “Wee Ones” — children aged 18 months to 35 months — held their own end-of-summer party to celebrate their achievements.

Nine of 11 qualified readers were in attendance. The Wee Ones, as a group, read a whopping total of 225 books this summer!

Pictured here are (front, from left) Revynn Perrin, Marin Martino, Raegan Stefancik (pictured with her mother), Nathan Fenn (top reader, with 67 books, pictured with his mother and grandmother); (back) Angel
Smith, Davian Craft, Breonah Johnston and Anna Bishop (pictured with her mother).

Not pictured are Bailey Griffith, Eden Kimmell and Cole Miller.

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