Library becomes Lego builders' imaginary world  Album 1

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[January 16, 2012

Pictures by Marla Blair

Lynzie, Richard and Luke Luster built several buildings on Saturday, including a police station, service station and an Egyptian pyramid.

Friends and family -- Drew, Brayton and Eric made buildings and vehicles with (right) Sean's three large tubs of Legos. He has been collecting Legos since he was 5 years old.



Shelley, Nina, Lydia, Todd and Evan Spellman filled a table with their creative items. Everyone added their ideas to a variety of projects.

Nina Spellman built a pink house complete with a happy Lego couple. She gave the little woman a cup of coffee to enjoy on the front porch.


Ethan ,12, Ron and Cindy Keller had a plan when they arrived at the Lego event. They worked together to build a library.

Ethan Keller, with his parents, Ron and Cindy, built a library that was attacked by aliens and set on fire. The story is that the military was saving the staff and putting out the fire.



The Keller family built a library, complete with a librarian and her staff. Children's  library director Louella Moreland appreciated the storyline and the building's décor.

Matt and Hunter White built an old-fashioned gas station at the library on Saturday. Hunter added a price sign with gas for 70 cents.




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