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‘Tails and Tales’

Children participating in Mathews Memorial Library’s summer program, “Tails and Tales,” went on a trek through nature on Tuesday with naturalist Jim Drummond, shown at center. In a program titled “No Place Like Home,” Drummond linked participants with nature while helping to instill a love of reading. More than 30 young people ages 6-12 are participating in the program, said Library Director Bette Dillehay. “In a not-so-quiet fashion, Mathews Memorial Library has emerged into summer with enthusiasm,” she said. The program is being held at the Put-In Creek Pavilion on Tuesday and Thursday each week through July 29. Shown here, from left, are Brooklyn Gregory, Caden Cyhanick, Vivian Hogge, Drummond, Henry Pressnell and Claire Bryant. For more information, call the library at 804-725-5747.

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