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Follow the Code

You may be a walking encyclopedia on the official rules of baseball but do you know the unwritten ones? There is far more happening on the field than what most people realize.

Read these insider books where the players discuss the secrets behind the official game. Find out what they deem fair and unfair and what happens when the game's social rules are broken:

Start a New Activity This Summer - with the Whole Family!

Geocaching is a fairly new sport or game that an individual or a whole family can enjoy. Almost anyone can find some appeal in geocaching: for the gadget hound, electronics; for puzzle fans, mental challenges; for outdoor enthusiasts, hiking, boating, climbing, and diving; and for parents, a chance to get kids away from video screens and have them burn off some energy. Geocaching is part treasure hunt and part outdoor exploration. You use a gps and the internet to get started. Then the treasure hunt begins! Get some books at the library to help you learn. People of all ages play...any time of year and anywhere in the world. So, get on your feet, out the door, and start looking and try out geocaching this summer! There are 3 caches right here in Highlands! Let us know how it goes!

Otaku Files: Another Character Playing Characters

 

 
As a relatively "new" edition to the Baldwin Boettcher family, I take pride in my work with the teenage and pre-teen patrons. I found out as soon as I started, that Game Day was rather sparse and only involved teenagers. There was only one Nintendo Wii for the projector screen and a few games. Notable games mind you, but they didn't pull a crowd like I am used to with gaming. Something had to change.
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