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  • Many thanks to all the teens who volunteered this summer.  Whether you read a book to young children, helped a child practice reading, assisted with a craft program, helped us clean up West Meadow Beach,  or volunteered at a tech program, your help was greatly appreciated. We are very proud of all of you!
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  • Don't forget as you head back to school  - free online tutoring is available to students with valid library cards through Brainfuse. Students can connect with certified tutors in a secure online classroom. Students at every level - from elementary to college can get help with homework, studying, essay writing and test preparation.  Click here to access Brainfuse  
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  • Join us in a brand new volunteer opportunity - we will be meeting monthly to create book reviews and book trailers for our webpage.  Book lovers, writers and aspiring filmmakers are welcome to join us. Register for our kick off meeting on September 25, 2015 from 4:30 to 5:30. Bring your ideas and your enthusiasm.
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  • We are so happy that we now have a video game collection in the Teen Room.  If you would like us to consider purchasing a game (as long as it is rated T or lower), feel free to fill out a request form available in the Teen Room or email us at teens@emmaclark.org with your suggestion.
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  • For the first time in 10 years, the Three Village Garden Club (TVGC) will have a Youth Category in their Flower Show on Saturday & Sunday, September 19 & 20 in the Wang Center at Stony Brook University.  Emma Clark Library patrons are invited to participate in this annual community event, which has the theme of “Kaleidoscope” this year.   Pick up registration forms at the library ( or download them here ) and submit them by Monday, September 14. In the Teen category (grades 7 – 12), the title of the entries will be “Patterns of Light,” and teens may create a design
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