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Summer reading kicks off for kids

WRANGELL, ALASKA Monday was the first day of the summer reading program at the Wrangell Public Library. The program lasts for eight weeks until July 26 and culminates in a pool pizza party. With hundreds of books to choose from and 140 prize drawings to enter, the summer reading program has proven again and again to be a fun way for kids to spend the season.
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