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The 411: Youth


Summer reading program continues




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The Wilson County Public Library reading program runs through July 16 and includes elementary, preschool, and family story times. This year, the first-ever adult reading club will be held. For every three books read, the adult will qualify for a chance to win a 3G Kindle wireless reader and gift card. . . .

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