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Panther Valley Library plans March events

Published February 28. 2013 05:04PM

The Panther Valley Public Library, 117 E. Bertsch St., Lansford, has a lot happening in March.

• Peter Rabbit is hiding in the library:

Children ages 2-6 are invited to visit the library weekly from March 1-28.

They must find Peter Rabbit's hiding place and complete an entry form.

All correct entries will be placed in a drawing to win Peter Rabbit and a story book.

• Shoot for a pie in the sky contest:

This program is for "tweens" ages 7-12 and teens ages 13-17.

Visit the library weekly between March 1-28.

Check out a book and read it.

For each week a patron reads a book, he or she earns a coupon to enter a drawing for a free large pizza pie.

• Income tax preparation help for seniors:

Income tax preparation help for seniors 60 and over with no earned income will be available every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to noon through April 9.

Call the library at (570) 645-3780 for an appointment.

The library board reorganizes board members: officers Kathy Marek, president; Marlene Basiago, vice-president; Robert Silver, treasurer; Dawn Neyer, secretary. At-large board members are Patricia Ladick, Larry Marek, Nancy Meitzler, and Pete Bashago.

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