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New library LEGO Club builds family bonding, smiles - and structures

1:57 AM, Feb. 25, 2013
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A new club gathering at McMillan Memorial Library in Wisconsin Rapids is geared toward children - and the kid in some adults.

The LEGO Club meets the third Monday of each month in the library's all-purpose room. About 70 people joined the fun in January. Despite a day off from school and a threat of nasty weather, more than half that number built projects out of the thousands of colorful plastic pieces during the February session.

"It's for fun," said Kerry Preece, head of children's services at the library. "But LEGO (bricks) in themselves are kind of educational, really. They're educational ...

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