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Books and Breakfast

Apr 30, 2017 Photo by Claire Peart

The Riverton Kiwanis club hosed the 10th annual Books and Breakfast book fair Saturday at St. Margaret's School gymnasium. A free breakfast was served by the Kiwanians, informational and interactive booths were available for attendees to visit, and free books were available for all children. Brooke Shultz and Autumn Osborne deliberated over the variety of books available to take home.

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The Riverton Kiwanis club hosed the 10th annual Books and Breakfast book fair Saturday at St. Margaret's School gymnasium. A free breakfast was served by the Kiwanians, informational and interactive booths were available for attendees to visit, and free books were available for all children. Brooke Shultz and Autumn Osborne deliberated over the variety of books available to take home.

The Riverton Kiwanis club hosed the 10th annual Books and Breakfast book fair Saturday at St. Margaret's School gymnasium. A free breakfast was served by the Kiwanians, informational and interactive booths were available for attendees to visit, and free books were available for all children. Brooke Shultz and Autumn Osborne deliberated over the variety of books available to take home.


The Riverton Kiwanis club hosed the 10th annual Books and Breakfast book fair Saturday at St. Margaret's School gymnasium. A free breakfast was served by the Kiwanians, informational and interactive booths were available for attendees to visit, and free books were available for all children. Brooke Shultz and Autumn Osborne deliberated over the variety of books available to take home.

The Riverton Kiwanis club hosed the 10th annual Books and Breakfast book fair Saturday at St. Margaret's School gymnasium. A free breakfast was served by the Kiwanians, informational and interactive booths were available for attendees to visit, and free books were available for all children. Brooke Shultz and Autumn Osborne deliberated over the variety of books available to take home.

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