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MIDDLETOWN -- “G Ma Reads,”
with Pat Miller as G Ma, is scheduled for the second Saturday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Knapp Library. Children aged 4 to 7
years (and relatives, if desired) are most welcome on Saturday,
Another special event, the “Cowboy
Poetry Reading,” is planned for Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m.
Cowboys will tell of the highs and lows of riding the range as
related by cowboy poets. Hot dogs and Laura Bush's “Cowboy Cookies”
follow the poetry reading. The public is invited, with or without
New fall hours for the library, located
at 101 S. Clinton, are Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and
Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.
Books can be borrowed free of charge by
anyone. No library card is required. Beginning Sept. 15 fees for
overdue books will be 10 cents per day.
Requests for the Guinness World Records
2003 have been fulfilled as the library seeks to meet the needs of
youth and adults. Extensive travel-tour information is being filed.
The Harmony Bookworms are busily
planning for a village newspaper and a Halloween party.
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Rules of the road
Especially for teenagers, Deborah
Fralick of the Illinois secretary of state's office speaker's bureau
for traffic safety, will speak in regard to the graduated driver's
license, zero tolerance and teen DUIs.
For junior high and senior high school
students, Fralick will cover Illinois law and fines and penalties
for breaking those laws.
Traffic safety will be highlighted at
this important meeting, and students are urged to attend to get this
For more information, call (217)