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Snapshots around town

The Amazing Bubble Man stacks multiple bubbles on a participant’s head.

The Lebanon Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is becoming quite popular, according to Library Assistant Emma Fish. It’s evident by the sheer number of people who showed up for the bubble show on June 22.

Children of all ages sign up for the program and log the books they read for a chance to win prizes. They also earn points by attending the Thursday events that include (this year) a comedian, Japanese folklore and music, rocks and fossils, junk art, an interactive movie day, and science and craft day.

Stop by the library at 55 Academy St. for more information, or call all 541-258-4926.

Zander Campbell, 16, of Albany, (#123) finished first in 16:17 out of a field of 262. Brad Harris, 16, of Lebanon, was second in 17:00. Also finishing in the top 10 from Lebanon were Brandon Williams, 20, sixth in 19:09; Dan Jenkins, 34, seventh in 19:21; Grant Harris, 16, ninth in 20:04; and Brad Howard, 17, 10th in 20:04. Melea Lattin, 16, of Philomath, was the first female, in 21:45. Full names of the winners of the Mile were not available. The winner, out of 128 runners/walkers, a 12-year-old boy from Lebanon, finished in 5:58. The first female was 12-year-old girl, also from Lebanon, who ran 7:09.