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The family that reads together…

Jan 18, 2023 | Education

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Five-year-old Dietrich Encoe (1) was excited to present himself with documentation at the Crestline branch public library to get his first library card. He no sooner got his card than he checked out his first books on his own (2). No one in the Encoe family is a stranger to this library.  Dahlia, 12, Daphne, 10, Hazel, 7, and Dietrich are pictured with Mom Melissa and Dad Mike (3), proudly showing off their own cards. Dietrich was observed handling himself on the computers and participating in the STEM program (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). It’s not too late to join Session 1 and Learn, Build and Create amazing projects!

 

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