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By Michelle Bigelbach
The Courier 

Godwin Brings Smilies to Old and Young


February 7, 2018

Hayley Young / For the Courier

Left-Right: Dustin Hallock and Dolores Brenna show off the balloon creations Cody Godwin made for them during story time on Feb. 1.

The Glasgow City-County Library hosted their first story time of the month at Valley View Home on Feb. 1. Residents and children alike had a great time interacting with one another through songs and dances, led by children's librarian Karen Anderson, and listened to two stories by librarian Trish Collins that had a balloon theme.

Hayley Young / For the Courier

Dillion Godwin (center) gives Lillian B. (left) a balloon flower while Leta Godwin (r) looks on, during Glasgow City-County Library's monthly story-time at Valley View Home on Feb. 1.

Special guest to story time was Dillion Godwin, who made balloon flowers, dogs, hats and swords for those in attendance. Children had a great time seeing loose balloons travel great distances while the residents enjoyed seeing the joy on the children's faces and hearing their laughter. It takes great skill to make a creation out of balloons and attendees were amazed at the talent Godwin possessed.

Activities Director Hayley Young stated, "We are so thankful that the library brought this fun morning to Valley View." Residents could not stop smiling during or after the event.

Story time is hosted at Valley View the first Thursday of every month, while the rest of the weeks of the month it's held at the library's Horizon Room (located in the library basement) at 10 a.m.

If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact the Glasgow City-County library at 228-2731 or stop by at 408 3rd Ave S, Glasgow.


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