Library’s a hoppin’ place


Two rooms in the library were for children to make seasonal crafts with the help of volunteers. Leah Lamb (her real name!), right, reacts to the Bubble Wrap sheep she put together under the watchful eye of Allison Brooks, left foreground, a member of the Wilmington High School Interact Club. There is a magnet on back of the sheep figure to stick it on the refrigerator. Among other volunteers assisting with the crafts were members of Wilmington College sororities.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Despite chilly temperatures and rainfall, Easter egg hunts by age groups went on as planned Saturday on the grounds of the Wilmington Public Library and at Galvin Park, just north of the library. The sponsors were Edward Jones, Eagles Fraternal Order 1224, Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington Lions Club, Wilmington Kiwanis and Main Street Wilmington.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Easter Bunny holds Arianna Harris, 7 months old, whose rabbit ears make her look like she’s part of the Cottontail Family. Getting pictures taken with the Easter Bunny was one activity Saturday at the Wilmington Public Library’s community Easter egg hunt. Arianna’s mother Melinda Harris, in the left foreground, is taking photographs.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Two rooms in the library were for children to make seasonal crafts with the help of volunteers. Leah Lamb (her real name!), right, reacts to the Bubble Wrap sheep she put together under the watchful eye of Allison Brooks, left foreground, a member of the Wilmington High School Interact Club. There is a magnet on back of the sheep figure to stick it on the refrigerator. Among other volunteers assisting with the crafts were members of Wilmington College sororities.

Despite chilly temperatures and rainfall, Easter egg hunts by age groups went on as planned Saturday on the grounds of the Wilmington Public Library and at Galvin Park, just north of the library. The sponsors were Edward Jones, Eagles Fraternal Order 1224, Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington Lions Club, Wilmington Kiwanis and Main Street Wilmington.

The Easter Bunny holds Arianna Harris, 7 months old, whose rabbit ears make her look like she’s part of the Cottontail Family. Getting pictures taken with the Easter Bunny was one activity Saturday at the Wilmington Public Library’s community Easter egg hunt. Arianna’s mother Melinda Harris, in the left foreground, is taking photographs.

Two rooms in the library were for children to make seasonal crafts with the help of volunteers. Leah Lamb (her real name!), right, reacts to the Bubble Wrap sheep she put together under the watchful eye of Allison Brooks, left foreground, a member of the Wilmington High School Interact Club. There is a magnet on back of the sheep figure to stick it on the refrigerator. Among other volunteers assisting with the crafts were members of Wilmington College sororities.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DSCF9706.jpgTwo rooms in the library were for children to make seasonal crafts with the help of volunteers. Leah Lamb (her real name!), right, reacts to the Bubble Wrap sheep she put together under the watchful eye of Allison Brooks, left foreground, a member of the Wilmington High School Interact Club. There is a magnet on back of the sheep figure to stick it on the refrigerator. Among other volunteers assisting with the crafts were members of Wilmington College sororities. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Despite chilly temperatures and rainfall, Easter egg hunts by age groups went on as planned Saturday on the grounds of the Wilmington Public Library and at Galvin Park, just north of the library. The sponsors were Edward Jones, Eagles Fraternal Order 1224, Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington Lions Club, Wilmington Kiwanis and Main Street Wilmington.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DSCF9714.jpgDespite chilly temperatures and rainfall, Easter egg hunts by age groups went on as planned Saturday on the grounds of the Wilmington Public Library and at Galvin Park, just north of the library. The sponsors were Edward Jones, Eagles Fraternal Order 1224, Wilmington Savings Bank, Wilmington Lions Club, Wilmington Kiwanis and Main Street Wilmington. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Easter Bunny holds Arianna Harris, 7 months old, whose rabbit ears make her look like she’s part of the Cottontail Family. Getting pictures taken with the Easter Bunny was one activity Saturday at the Wilmington Public Library’s community Easter egg hunt. Arianna’s mother Melinda Harris, in the left foreground, is taking photographs.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DSCF9690.jpgThe Easter Bunny holds Arianna Harris, 7 months old, whose rabbit ears make her look like she’s part of the Cottontail Family. Getting pictures taken with the Easter Bunny was one activity Saturday at the Wilmington Public Library’s community Easter egg hunt. Arianna’s mother Melinda Harris, in the left foreground, is taking photographs. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal
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