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Extreme Animals to Reign in as Finale for the SOLS Summer Reading Program at Branches

Come meet the most incredibly diverse group of fascinating and unique animals at the Southern Oklahoma Library System (SOLS.) Extreme Animals is back again to showcase their beloved animals at the SOLS branches for our Summer Reading Program (SRP).
Come meet, touch and learn all about the amazing animals that Extreme Animals have to offer. Extreme Animals will be at the Davis Public Library on June 30 at 2 p.m.
Who’s behind the Extreme Animals? Melissa Meadows and her daughter Shana Miller are the driving force behind this operation. Melissa has been handling exotic animals her whole life. Having a father as a Game Warden, Melissa was introduced at a young age to all manner of native wildlife.
With her daughter Shana Miller at her side, having been raised literally alongside lions, tigers, and bears, it was never even a question that people would love the chance to interact and learn all about the amazing animals we share a planet with.
“Everyone that attended last year’s SRP loved this program so much that we had to bring them back for SRP this year,” said Stephanie Way, Youth Services Coordinator. “It’s wonderful to see children’s reactions to animals they would have never imagined interacting with. Truly a priceless sight to see.”
The Summer Reading Program is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.
For more information or to pick up a Summer Reading Calendar, contact one of the Southern Oklahoma Library System’s branch libraries including the Davis Public Library by calling (580) 369-2468.

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