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Rapid City Public Library Youth Services during Summer Reading 2015.
Rapid City Public Library Youth Services during Summer Reading 2015.
Rapid City Public Library
June 5, 2016

Rapid City Public Library Promotes Summer Reading

Black Hills Fox reports that the Rapid City Public Library kicked off their 2016 Summer Reading Program.  The Collaborative Summer Library Program announced the 2016 theme “On your mark, get set READ!”  The Rapid City Public Library promotes this theme throughout the summer with various events and an opportunity to read and win prizes.  For more information about RCPL's summer reading programs, visit their website.  

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