Jennifer Lovchik, teen and web service librarian, dyed her hair pink in 2008 as a reward to participants in the summer reading program. She has organized a new library event for youths age 12 to 18, a Teen Trivia! contest. The first one will be 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 26, in the downstairs lecture room of Bellingham Public Library.
Jennifer Lovchik, teen and web service librarian, dyed her hair pink in 2008 as a reward to participants in the summer reading program. She has organized a new library event for youths age 12 to 18, a Teen Trivia! contest. The first one will be 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 26, in the downstairs lecture room of Bellingham Public Library. STAFF The Bellingham Herald
Jennifer Lovchik, teen and web service librarian, dyed her hair pink in 2008 as a reward to participants in the summer reading program. She has organized a new library event for youths age 12 to 18, a Teen Trivia! contest. The first one will be 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 26, in the downstairs lecture room of Bellingham Public Library. STAFF The Bellingham Herald
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