Summer Reading program underway in Gentry

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Children were treated to some "rockin' music" at the opening session of the Gentry Public Library's summer reading program on June 5. The musicians, dubbed by Mayor Kevin Johnston as the Public Works Band, are Chase Shawver (left), Mark Bunce, Jeremy McJunkin and Clint Osborne (on the drums). The band members work for the city of Gentry, in the public works department by day but play music together after hours. They were called in to help kickoff the summer reading program because of its focus on music. The June 5 session focused on types of music, and the band members played a variety of music for their young fans.

Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Children were treated to some "rockin' music" at the opening session of the Gentry Public Library's summer reading program on June 5. The musicians, dubbed by Mayor Kevin Johnston as the Public Works Band, are Chase Shawver (left), Mark Bunce, Jeremy McJunkin and Clint Osborne (on the drums). The band members work for the city of Gentry, in the public works department by day but play music together after hours. They were called in to help kickoff the summer reading program because of its focus on music. The June 5 session focused on types of music, and the band members played a variety of music for their young fans.

GENTRY -- Libraries Rock is the theme of this year's summer reading program at Gentry Public Library. The program is scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays through July 31 and is held in the McKee Community Room at the library.


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