Visit far away countries right at your library
By Michael Johnson, Editor
Bracelet making, craft work, games, drawing, oh yeah, and even reading are all part of the fun at the Underwood Public Library during the Summer Reading Program. The Friends of the Underwood Library are helping to put on another Summer Reading Program that started in June and will continue until July 7. The reading program takes place every Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon, except the final program, July 7, will be 11 a.m to about 1:30 p.m. because it includes a movie and lunch. Last Thursday, about 42 youth and adults came out to enjoy an hour of learning about the Native American culture. It was the second week of learning about a different culture. The first week took about 69 youth and adults for a one-hour ride through China.