TOP PHOTO: Amber Mitchell with Cove Lake State Park teaching kids about skunks as part of the library’s summer reading program.
By Charlotte Underwood
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Area children learned about Cove Lake State Park and the animals that live in the park from Ranger Mark Rooker and Amber Mitchell at the LaFollette Public Library on Wednesday.
The presentation was part of LaFollette Library’s Summer Reading Program which kicked off last week.
During the park presentation, children learned interesting facts about beavers, skunks, coyotes, turtles, and many other animals that make Cove Lake home. They also had a chance to ask questions and learn about their local state park.
Upcoming Summer Reading programs include:
Wednesday, June 15 – 10 am – Jimmy Pack, Fire Chief with the LaFollette Fire Department, will bring a fire engine for everyone to explore.
Wednesday, June 22 – 10 am – Awards and certificates, followed by a picnic at the Splash Park.
Prizes will be awarded weekly based on the number of books read. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/09/2022-6AM)