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Lego challenge

Quinn Gigliotti, 6, makes a tank and a chest during The Great Lego Challenge at the Pitt Meadows Library last week. Children were allowed to take two cup fulls of lego to make their creations. At the end of the challenge, participants have to describe what they have made. Once a month during the school year, the Pitt Meadows Library hosts a freeplay Lego session for children.  - Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
Quinn Gigliotti, 6, makes a tank and a chest during The Great Lego Challenge at the Pitt Meadows Library last week. Children were allowed to take two cup fulls of lego to make their creations. At the end of the challenge, participants have to describe what they have made. Once a month during the school year, the Pitt Meadows Library hosts a freeplay Lego session for children.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
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