Jessamine County Public Library was our second stop on our LEX18 Summer Reads tour. Our visit took us to South Africa, through Safari Live, which is an interactive safari streaming live. We visited the Sobby Sands of The Great Keuger National Park during winter in the southern hemisphere. Meteorologist Jill Szwed read Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs to the kids. Summer programs run through July 21st. Visit the Jessamine County Public Library to register in person for new summer programs, signing up is free of charge.
Anderson Public Library was our first stop on our LEX18 Summer Reads tour. Our visit had a great interactive event geared towards the entire family focusing on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), with multiple stations to test the experiments. Meteorologist Jill Szwed read The Earth Book to the children and parents. Summer reading programs runs through July 19th. Visit the Anderson Public Library to register in person for brand new summer programs, signing up is free of charge.
Lexington, KY – Click here to check out the progress in action on the LEX 18 Habitat House!
LemonAiD supports local homeless children while empowering young people to make a positive difference in our community. By operating a LemonAiD stand during the month
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Eli joined the LEX 18 Sports Team in August of 2018 as a reporter and anchor. Originally from Moline, IL, Eli spent his college years at Northern Illinois University where he was the Sports Director at the university’s Northern Television Center. He graduated in 2013 and was hired as a morning photographer and editor at WNDU-TV in South Bend, IN. He would quickly transition into sports, becoming the Weekend Sports Anchor for three years. Click the image to learn more about Eli.