LaRue County High School’s Book Club members want the entire community to be involved with their first-ever Literacy Night April 21, which promises adult and children’s activities designed to let them experience the power of reading.
“For kids, we will be reading books and then making crafts relating to those books,” Amy Loyall, library media specialist, said. “Adults and teens can participate in charades and bingo dealing with reading and literature.”
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