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Another summer reading program has come to an end at the Morrison Public Library. According to librarian Bonnie Davis approximately 60 children took part in the event. The theme chosen was “Build A Better World” focusing on architecture and design. “I’m very happy will all the programs and know for a fact attendees got to see some things for the first time,” said Davis. “It was a real pleasure to welcome all our guests and everyone attending. They got to see things they were not familiar with, and that’s exactly what I wanted – to inspire them to learn more.”

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