Never too young for the library

by Melanie Hedberg

On June 14, the parents of twins Jessa and Kenzie dropped by for another library visit, and Rush City librarian Donna Larson noted the twins are growing fast. While Wendy Phillips held Kenzie, proud dad Jeremy Just held Jessa. The couple said they enjoy living in the Rush City community. Photos by Donna Larson,  Rush City librarian

On June 14, the parents of twins Jessa and Kenzie dropped by for another library visit, and Rush City librarian Donna Larson noted the twins are growing fast. While Wendy Phillips held Kenzie, proud dad Jeremy Just held Jessa. The couple said they enjoy living in the Rush City community.
Photos by Donna Larson,
Rush City librarian

Jessa and Kenzie Just made their first visit to the Rush City Library at 5 days old. Born March 7 at Fairview Lakes Medical Center in Wyoming, Jessa weighed in at 5 pounds 4 ounces, and Kenzie weighed a few ounces less, 4 pounds 15 ounces.

On March 12, proud mom Wendy Phillips introduced them to Rush City librarian Donna Larson, who first met Wendy when she moved to Rush City during the final months of her pregnancy. Phillips spent several hours at the library doing research, reading up on what to expect when expecting twins.

Now Jessa and Kenzie are some of the youngest participants in the 2014 summer reading program Paws to Read.

 

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