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Summertime at the library is jumping — quite literally this week, with teen and tween (fourth- through sixth-grade) patrons coming together to play a variety of video games where they leap over hurdles, try their hand at bowling and practice their volleyball skills, all while making new friends.
Trina Rivera, in charge of teen, and now tween, services for the library, began a series of programs for seventh- through 12th-graders when she first took her position in August of 2012. Over the past year and a half, the library’s gaming programs have grown in attendance by about 200 percent.
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