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Library Hosts Series of Summer Reading Clinics

June 20, 2007 – The Enid M. Baa Public Library will host a series of weeklong summer reading clinics, according to a press release from The Department of Planning and Natural Resources
With the theme Plot, the objective of these clinics is to reinforce a student's recognition of plot, setting and character within the text, and increase their ability to compare and contrast these elements between texts. Clinics will be available for children in grades 1-12.
Grades 1-3 July 9-13; Grades 4-6 July 16-20; Grades 7-8 July 23-27; Grades 9-12 July 30-August 3. The programs will be held from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
In order to prepare for this summer camp, the library will be closed on Saturday, June 23. Normal weekend hours will resume on Saturday, June 30.
Registration will be available until July 6. For information or registration, contact Kirsten G. Brunn or Rachelle Shells at 774-0630.

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