Editorial

Library Bookworm 9-22-22

by Stacey Embry, Director, Morgan County Library Bookopoly This week we started our latest reading challenge, Bookopoly. This challenge is for all ages and is a spin on the game Monopoly. Kate not only created this whole challenge, but she also made the awesome Bookopoly “game board” and our amazing display. The board is set

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Pastor’s Pen 9-22-22

by Pastor Jerry Bush, Bethel Fellowship Church, Versailles True evangelical faith cannot lie dormant. It clothes the naked, it feeds the hungry, it comforts the sorrowful, it shelters the destitute, it serves those that harm it, it binds up that which is wounded, it has become all things to all creatures. – Menno Simons (1496-1561).

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Newspapers in Education 9-15-22

“When I grow up” by Tiffany Pinske’s MCR-I Fourth Grade – Morgan Rowe When I grow up, I want to be a vet. They work hard doing lots of things for the animals. They help them all. Some of the animals are fun to be with. Some of the animals like trees. Sometimes they bark

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Hometown Corner 9-15-22

That’s My Son When I was a kid, my hero was my grandpa. He was a remarkable man. What impressed me most was his resilience and perseverance. My grandmother died at an early age, and my grandpa raised six kids, five boys and one girl, by himself. As I got older, I found my inspiration

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Nickels and Sense 9-15-22

by Bryan E. Jones, Publisher A Bit of History in My Pocket I do not recall what prompted me to order, a few months back, the small object which could be described as a little pillbox or perhaps a pocket snuff box. The “box” is actually round, crafted from two coins, formed expertly into two

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Library Bookworm 9-15-22

by Stacey Embry, Director, Morgan County Library Banned Books Week Guess what next week is? Yep, it is the annual celebration of the freedom to read that was started in 1982, Banned Books Week. “Each year, librarians, booksellers, teachers, and countless others take this opportunity to highlight the importance of intellectual freedom and remind us

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