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story.lead_photo.caption Sheila Hart, left, receives a book of her choice after winning the drawing from names of survey participants. She is pictured with Angela Nelson and Holly Hill. While visiting the library, Hart, the daughter of library volunteer Lenora McClary, filled out the library survey and entered the drawing for a free book of her choice. Her name was drawn and she chose the book The Amphibians and Reptiles of Arkansas because she has been finding copperhead snakes in her yard and she wanted to learn more about them. Hart has lived in Gentry all her life and for the past seven years has worked at Gentry Primary School cafeteria. During her summer breaks she is often here on Monday morning to visit with her mother and to offer her assistance when needed.

A special class teaching how to make twisted-wire art will be presented at 2 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 9, at the Gentry Public Library.

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News, Pages 2 on 09/01/2010

Print Headline: Wire-wrapping class to be offered next week

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