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456 kids, teens take part in FFL's summer reading program

What better way to end a successful summer reading program than with a conga line?  More than 110 children attended the summer reading closing party, which featured a DJ and an ice cream social.

What better way to end a successful summer reading program than with a conga line? More than 110 children attended the summer reading closing party, which featured a DJ and an ice cream social.

The Fayetteville Free Library had another exciting summer reading program. Congratulations to all 456 preschoolers, children and teens on achieving their reading goals. Sue Considine, executive director of FFL, extends a warm and heartfelt thank you to all of the families that participated this summer.

“We had such a great summer of reading and activity for all ages at the FFL,” Considine said. “Our circulation numbers and attendance numbers have increased significantly over these last few months. We introduced a whole new program within a program this season, called ‘Little Travelers’ for the youngest library patrons, ages 1 to 5 years.”

The Fayetteville Free Library, located at 300 Orchard St., can be reached at 637-6374 or online at ww.fayettevillefreelibrary.org. The library is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Check out the FFL Facebook page for updates at facebook.com/Fayfreelibrary; follow the library on Twitter, @Fayfree.

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