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www.wmfd.com - Children attending Tuesday's summer program at the Crestline Public Library learned about not counting their chickens until they're hatched. }}" />

   
 
 
Crestline Public Library Brings The Farm To You
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Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/8/2014

Children attending Tuesday's summer program at the Crestline Public Library learned about not counting their chickens until they're hatched. The youngsters were treated to a program presented by Christa Hein entitled "Bring The Farm To You." Hein actually lives on a farm and demonstrated chick hatching to the children. The children's summer program meets at 10 o'clock Tuesday mornings through the middle of August. Next week, the children will bring in their favorite stuffed animal and march in a parade around town before returning to the library and participating in an outdoor science experiment program presented by the Crawford Park District.

   
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