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Published: 1/24/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Reader's Theater Goup

The first meeting of this year's Reader's Theater group at Olander Park in Sylvania was held Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. The group, which is now in its second year, drew about 20 kids from between seven and 12 years old for its opening session. The kids will meet once a week for the next 10 weeks and work as a group to choose books from which to preform readings, design props and staging and create costumes. The final production will be preformed on Sunday, March 17.

Amelia Cherry, 8, center, laughs while listening to director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, left, do a dramatic reading of a poem. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amelia Cherry, 8, center, laughs while listening to director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, left, do a dramatic reading of ...
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Tatiyana Esmond, 6, left, composes a list of books she wants to write while Will Weir, 6, right, eats his snack Thursday evening. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tatiyana Esmond, 6, left, composes a list of books she wants to write while Will Weir, 6, right, eats his ...
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Lilly Aulls, 7, left, and Amelia Cherry, 8, center cheer at the idea of playing Ninjas as Ronny Rammuny, 10, left, watches. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lilly Aulls, 7, left, and Amelia Cherry, 8, center cheer at the idea of playing Ninjas as Ronny Rammuny, 10, left, watches.
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Director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, left, talks to a packed room Thursday evening during the first meeting of this year's Reader's Theater group. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, left, talks to a packed room Thursday evening during the first meeting of this ...
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Tatiyana Esmond, 6, center, looks at a book being passed around Thursday evening. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tatiyana Esmond, 6, center, looks at a book being passed around Thursday evening.
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Director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, center, answers questions from young participants Thursday evening during the first meeting of this year's Reader's Theater. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Director of Eco Discovery Maureen Schell, center, answers questions from young participants Thursday evening during the first meeting of this ...
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