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6:45 AM Tue, Dec. 11th

Children track elf’s adventures

Ms. Emmett and Ms. Novarro ready to serve. (Courtesy)

Ms. Emmett and Ms. Novarro ready to serve. (Courtesy)

The Elf on the Shelf came to the Cordes Lakes Library Saturday, Dec. 1. He came complete with his Top Secret book that had adventures and instructions for Danielle Navarro, who runs many of the children’s programs at the library.

She started with gathering the children together and explained the elf’s rules to them.

The elf sleeps during the day and is active at night. He has an adventure each night and the next day you come to the library and find out what he did and where he is sitting. Your job is to log each day with the adventure done that day. On the 22nd the person who has listed the most correct adventures will win a prize.

Danielle then started the move “Elf” for the children to watch as Corey Navarro and Richard St. Pierre served hot chocolate and popcorn to the children.

The purpose of the elf is to bring Christmas cheer to the library and this is certainly a good start. I can’t wait to see what the next adventure will be!

— Pat Williamson