On Saturday, Oct. 21, a group of 5- to 10-year-old children gathered at the Marine Library to participate in an activity called, “Pumpkin Wars.” Jennifer Hobbs Zahn read Halloween stories to the group. Then, children competitively decorated pumpkins, which were judged by Marine Police Chief Chris Singleton. The winners were Deklen Moran, Reagan Moran and Kara Hill. All children received a prize and treat bag for participating. This event is held to encourage children to read and use the library.
On Saturday, Oct. 21, a group of 5- to 10-year-old children gathered at the Marine Library to participate in an activity called, “Pumpkin Wars.” Jennifer Hobbs Zahn read Halloween stories to the group. Then, children competitively decorated pumpkins, which were judged by Marine Police Chief Chris Singleton. The winners were Deklen Moran, Reagan Moran and Kara Hill. All children received a prize and treat bag for participating. This event is held to encourage children to read and use the library. Provided
On Saturday, Oct. 21, a group of 5- to 10-year-old children gathered at the Marine Library to participate in an activity called, “Pumpkin Wars.” Jennifer Hobbs Zahn read Halloween stories to the group. Then, children competitively decorated pumpkins, which were judged by Marine Police Chief Chris Singleton. The winners were Deklen Moran, Reagan Moran and Kara Hill. All children received a prize and treat bag for participating. This event is held to encourage children to read and use the library. Provided

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