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There’s still time to cast a vote for a winner in the county-wide “Lego Build-Off Contest,” sponsored by the library system. Pictures of the four entries are on display at the Abington Community Library on top of the Reference Shelves, opposite the Circulation Desk. The contest will run until Aug. 10. Teams of boys and girls met in July at their home libraries to put together their Lego structures. The winning library team will be awarded a trophy, constructed of Legos by Joel Gardoski, Clarks Summit. Pick up a ballot at the desk or vote online.


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