Phillipe Viau was the winner of a Mio Programmable Robot in the recent Children’s Contest at the Champlain Library. The robot is a unique scientific kit which allows you to assemble a real robot. Alicia Heinzle, Children’s Services Librarian, visited schools in the area to encourage students to become members of the library for free. The robot was the incentive to visit the library. Every child who entered their name, each time they borrowed a library item, was eligible for the draw. To find out more about the library and its activities call the library at 613-678-2216 or visit the library’s Facebook page or website at www.bc-cl.ca.
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