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Black History Month to Be Celebrated by Friends of Library

Black History Month to Be Celebrated by Friends of Library
The Friends of the Elaine I. Sprauve Library will celebrate the life of legendary baseball icon Jackie Robinson during Black History Month when Jackie Robinson's daughter, Sharon Robinson, will visit St. John on Feb. 14-15, to speak to school groups, Friends of the Library members and other guests.
Robinson will speak to students, teachers and parents about the importance of youths' values and strategies in life at 3:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at the library.
For more information on scheduling a special viewing of "The Jackie Robinson Story" at the library, books on Jackie Robinson's extraordinary life, Sharon Robinson's visit to St. John or other Friends of the Library initiatives, call Carol McGuinness at the library at 776-6359.

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