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Teen and Tween Reading Program Underway


KENT—This month, reading logs will be available in the Kent Memorial Library and online for Teen and Tween Reading.

Participants will get a raffle ticket for every five books they read, by writing a short review (maximum 250 words) of a book that reminds the participant of Kent, or by coming to a library program.

Prizes will include gift cards and a cozy raffle basket.

For more information, call 860-927-3761 or email uskm| to register.

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