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Duo performs at New Georgia Library as part of reading program
by Samantha M. Shal
sshal@neighbornewspapers.com
July 01, 2014 01:59 PM | 493 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Anna Mariah Searles, 7, daughter of Kimberley Searles of Dallas, dances with New Georgia Library Children’s Specialist Lisa Ochoa.
Anna Mariah Searles, 7, daughter of Kimberley Searles of Dallas, dances with New Georgia Library Children’s Specialist Lisa Ochoa.
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From left, Bella Filice, 6, daughter of Heather Filice of Douglasville, and Alyssa Willoughby, 7, daughter of Jessica Willoughby of Dallas, play musical instruments.
From left, Bella Filice, 6, daughter of Heather Filice of Douglasville, and Alyssa Willoughby, 7, daughter of Jessica Willoughby of Dallas, play musical instruments.
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Staff / Samantha M. Shal<br>Lillian Herrera of Havana Son dances and sings a song during a performance at the New Georgia Library which was part of the Fizz, Boom, Read summer reading program.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal
Lillian Herrera of Havana Son dances and sings a song during a performance at the New Georgia Library which was part of the Fizz, Boom, Read summer reading program.
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Llilian Herrera of Havana Son dances with Katelynn Broadstreet, 7, daughter of Ashley Broadstreet of Temple.
Llilian Herrera of Havana Son dances with Katelynn Broadstreet, 7, daughter of Ashley Broadstreet of Temple.
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Sarah Broadstreet, 5, daughter of Ashley Broadstreet of Temple, enjoys the performance.
Sarah Broadstreet, 5, daughter of Ashley Broadstreet of Temple, enjoys the performance.
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From left, Kevin Willoughby, 10, son of Jessica Willoughby of Dallas, and Ava McBride, 8, granddaughter of Gerealdine and Ben McBride of Douglasville, play instruments with Cuban music duo Havana Son during a performance at the New Georgia Library last week. The show was part of the library’s summer reading program, ‘Fizz, Boom, Read.’
From left, Kevin Willoughby, 10, son of Jessica Willoughby of Dallas, and Ava McBride, 8, granddaughter of Gerealdine and Ben McBride of Douglasville, play instruments with Cuban music duo Havana Son during a performance at the New Georgia Library last week. The show was part of the library’s summer reading program, ‘Fizz, Boom, Read.’
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Douglasville resident Heather Filice dances with her son Brooks, 5, during a performance by the Cuban duo Havana Son at the New Georgia Library.
Douglasville resident Heather Filice dances with her son Brooks, 5, during a performance by the Cuban duo Havana Son at the New Georgia Library.
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Cuban music duo Havana Son performed last week as part of a "musical tour through Latin America" for the Paulding library system's Fizz, Boom, Read summer reading program.

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