Kearny Library Summer Reading Program has water fun day finale

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Kearny Public Library held its end of the Summer Reading Program Event, “Water Fun Day,” on June 26. Twenty children (out of 48 signed up) attended along with a number of adult helpers.

There were water games such as “Frozen Feet” where they had to pick up marbles with their toes while standing in ice filled water. Then there was “Pinaqua” which was a water balloon filled “piñata” as well as other water based games and playing in the sprinklers.

The kids finished off with pizza, ice cream and root beer floats, and Vickie Lechuga handing out goodie bags to all the attendees and winners as well as the helpers.

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