Cara Penner (left) and Shalee Barnes (right) work on building vehicles using a candy-themed construction set, part of the Lego and Craft afternoon sponsored by FCSS and the Castor Library. Thirteen kids came out to the afternoon which featured lego, crafts, a movie, and ice-cream sundaes. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor FCSS and the Castor Library co-sponsored a movie and craft afternoon Aug 14th

Thirteen kids came out to the afternoon which featured lego, crafts, a movie, and ice-cream sundaes

Castor FCSS and the Castor Libray co-sponsored a movie and craft afternoon for kids on Aug 14th. The 13 youth who attended were able to play with Lego, watch Lego Movie 2, make a craft and have yummy ice cream sundaes. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Cara Penner (left) and Shalee Barnes (right) work on building vehicles using a candy-themed construction set, part of the Lego and Craft afternoon sponsored by FCSS and the Castor Library. Thirteen kids came out to the afternoon which featured lego, crafts, a movie, and ice-cream sundaes. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Thirteen kids came out to the afternoon which featured lego, crafts, a movie, and ice-cream sundaes

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