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  Originally Published on: 7/21/2014

Marvin Memorial Library in Shelby is offering a fun, scientific summer for all. NASA Scientist, Dr. Jason Dworkin spoke to a group Monday night VIA Skype about a project he's working on.

The current project involves collecting and returning samples from an asteroid to study. The talk is part of the Library's Adult Summer Reading Program.

The topic this year, "Literary Elements". The library stresses the importance of reading, no matter your age. For more information on the summer reading program, visit or the call the library at 419-347-5576

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