Mineral County Library hosts summer reading finale

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  • Leslie Budewitz, an Agatha Award winning author, speaks at the Summer Reading Program Finale and Family Fun Day on the library lawn in Superior Sunday, July 14. She spoke about her latest novel, “Chai Another Day.” (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

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    The Mineral County Library held the finale of their summer reading program Sunday, July 14. Leyna Vigue stands with her prize after she won the poster decorating contest for the third- and fourth-grade category. See more photos on Page A8. (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

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    Debbie Kelsey and Leslie Budwitz pose with a cheesecake at the Summer Reading Program Finale. (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

  • Leslie Budewitz, an Agatha Award winning author, speaks at the Summer Reading Program Finale and Family Fun Day on the library lawn in Superior Sunday, July 14. She spoke about her latest novel, “Chai Another Day.” (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

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    The Mineral County Library held the finale of their summer reading program Sunday, July 14. Leyna Vigue stands with her prize after she won the poster decorating contest for the third- and fourth-grade category. See more photos on Page A8. (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

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    Debbie Kelsey and Leslie Budwitz pose with a cheesecake at the Summer Reading Program Finale. (Photo courtesy of Florence Evans)

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