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This Month at the Lakewood Public Library

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The Lakewood Public Library is filled with various activities for all ages, such as film screenings, book clubs and children’s book readings. There are many upcoming events that should not be missed!

The library offers programs to help teens with their SATs. They have boot camps and programs hosted by the College Now Greater Cleveland team of experts on the subject. This will be held on Saturday, Sept. 30 at noon. In addition to the SATs, they also provide extra help for juniors and seniors to achieve a competitive score on their ACTs on Oct. 14.

With the upcoming spooky season on the horizon, you have a chance to meet various authors of scary stories on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m.

The Lakewood Public Library also has a program called Cleveland Clinic Mental Wellness Book Club. They meet on Tuesdays; upcoming dates are Sept. 12 and 26, and also Oct. 10 and 24. They meet from 6:30-7:30 p.m. For the book club, they read a book about trauma (violence, sexual abuse, neglect) and how they affect the development of a child’s brain. They hold these book club meetings in the Auditorium at the library. 

For a list of other upcoming events, check out Lakewood Public Library’s program guide here.

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Lucy Mcdonald is in the 10th grade at Lakewood High School and this is her second year playing tennis and track. On the tennis team, she is second singles on JV and will soon play for varsity. Although she is very new to track, she picked it up very swiftly and hopes to also play for varsity in the spring. Her personal area of expertise is that she knows how to run a kitchen. With learning from the best (her mother), she knows that she'll never starve and will always be able to cook for her friends. Her academic achievements consist of merit roll every quarter and taking some advanced classes. Her media experience is with Instagram, Snapchat and Tiktok. After high school, she has several colleges she has her eye on, such as University of Ohio, Ohio State University, UPenn, College of Charleston and Kent.
Emma Ribar is a 17-year-old girl, who goes to Lakewood High School. She works at Raising Canes in Lakewood. She used to play volleyball and then quit. She has made merit roll and honors roll so many times. She doesn't really have much media experience. After high school, she plans on going to college for Early Childhood Education.

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