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Little Free Libraries Coming To Lewis and Clark

A big thank you to Mr. Forsman and his SVMS students for building a LFL for Lewis and Clark. (Thanks Mrs. Kliewer for mentioning my interest in a LFL to Mr. Forsman)  This is just the first of a few libraries we will be working on with Mr. Forsman.  We will be designing and painting this LFL and gifting it to a Lewis and Clark neighborhood. 


During the 2014-2015 school year, my students will have the opportunity to design, collaborate, and partner up with Mr. Forsman's students so they can build two more LFL for Lewis and Clark. 

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