Rancho Bernardo’s youth services librarian is following in mom’s footsteps

From San Diego Union Tribune

” Rancho Bernardo Library’s new youth services librarian said she wants to make the library a more educational and fun place to visit.Laura Anthony — who began earlier this month — said she wants to increase teen programming, is starting an all-ages chess club that will meet on Tuesday nights, wants to have sensory-friendly events for kids on the autism spectrum through a partnership with RB-based Kids Therapy Associates, and plans to have more “fun” science programs.The Lifescanner insect identification kit available for children to check out through April 8. (-Elizabeth Marie Himchak)The latter includes a new city-wide library program called “The Catalog of Life @ the Library.” It is a month-long project that runs through April 8 and geared to 9- to 12-year-olds. Kids may check out a Lifescanner kit, collect up to four bugs then return the kit and bugs to the library. Each bug is to be placed in an individual liquid-filled vial. Anthony will forward the samples to project officials for study.”

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/rancho-bernardo/sd-cm-pow-news-rb-youth-librarian-20170329-story.html

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