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Dig in to animal tracks at the Runge Public Library
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RIGHT - The “Fruit Shark” offered healthy snacks to choose from at the Runge Public Library during a recent program called “Eat the Best, Leave the Rest”.
RIGHT - The “Fruit Shark” offered healthy snacks to choose from at the Runge Public Library during a recent program called “Eat the Best, Leave the Rest”.
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Last week the Runge Public Library was fortunate to host Karnes County Extension Agent Meagen Dennison for a program called Eat the Best, Leave the Rest. We learned about how food works in our bodies and what kinds of food to eat to make them work their best. Everyone got to draw and talk about their favorite meal and then a healthy snack was served up from the Fruit Shark.

This week we welcome Park Ranger Rex Niemeyer from the Goliad State Park and Historic Site. He's going to help us dig in to nature by teaching us about animal tracks and other sign and how we can identify which animals made them. We'll even take a trip outside to see what kinds of animals come out around here when the humans aren't around. This event will be on Wednesday, July 10 at 3 p.m. and will bring our first Summer Reading Program to a close.

On Friday, July 12 at 3 p.m. we will award certificates and hand out prizes. Monica Alvear will be on hand to paint faces for all of our guests.

Then on Monday, July 15, our Summer Reading Throwdown 2.0 begins and will run through August 9. Come by the library to pick up a copy of the rules and to sign up for the contest. If you think you've got what it takes to beat me!
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