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Donna Ingham Tells Tall Tales at the Library
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 • Posted June 15, 2011

In keeping with the Book Hounds summer reading club’s theme, “Dig Up a Good Book,” Donna Ingham spun an entertaining Brer Rabbit yarn with the moral “never dig yourself a hole too deep to crawl out of” to begin her June 9 storytelling program for the children at the M. Beven Eckert Memorial Library. The children especially enjoyed hearing her play her “one-woman-band” instrument made of a washboard, wooden block, rhythm sticks, bicycle horn, spoons, and kazoo. Adults at the Brown Bag Luncheon were equally enthralled as they waited to see what she would come up with next. The event was hosted by Beth Reardon and Mary Polk, Library Board President and Vice-President, respectively.

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