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Banned Books Week

I completely dropped the ball on this one. Banned Books Week is concluding tomorrow. Bummer. It runs September 24−October 1. If you haven’t talked about banned books in your English class, I would take a look at the American Library … Continue reading

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Time to vote for your favorite!

Its your turn! The “professionals” have voted and now its your turn. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite artist! Voting ends July 1st. The winner gets a gift card donated by the Friends of the Chili Public Library. Check … Continue reading

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This is when you know the government is here to protect us!

Seriously. The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) has an article on their website on how to protect yourself from the zombie apocalypse. … Seriously, its in case of a catastrophic event. Still, it gets you thinking and planning, … Continue reading

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Show some Churchville-Chili Pride!

Definitely be proud of the school district today. They took that extra step to make sure that students are free of cyber-bullying a little bit longer. The article was in RochesterHomePage.net CHURCHVILLE, NY – The Churchville-Chili School District helped bring … Continue reading

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Come and visit me!

Mrs. Talbot and I will be at the Churchville-Chili Summer Fair tonight from 6:30-8:30pm. Be there or be square!

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I just cannot imagine

I’m sure you’ve all heard about the tsunami in Japan. Its absolutely devastating. Here’s an article in BBC News with live coverage of how destructive and terrible  it really is. You can learn more about tsunamis on the website of … Continue reading

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Trapped a novel to scare your pants off

I just started a new book called Trapped, which is by Michael Northrop. There’s a great review at this site: A Backwards Story. The premise is terrifying. Teens trapped in school during a huge snow storm and the only adult … Continue reading

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