Olympic spirit

Lucile Foss, 6, of Quaker Hill, compares her replica Olympic torch she made of cardboard, aluminum foil and colored tissue paper, with assistance from children's librarian Emma Barnes, left, in the Children's Room at the Waterford Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. The library kicked off its month long Winter Olympic Reading program, as children created their own Olympic torches, and then walked around the library as a group holding their torches. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Lucile Foss, 6, of Quaker Hill, compares her replica Olympic torch she made of cardboard, aluminum foil and colored tissue paper, with assistance from children's librarian Emma Barnes, left, in the Children's Room at the Waterford Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. The library kicked off its month long Winter Olympic Reading program, as children created their own Olympic torches, and then walked around the library as a group holding their torches. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Lucile Foss, 6, of Quaker Hill, compares her replica Olympic torch she made of cardboard, aluminum foil and colored tissue paper, with assistance from children's librarian Emma Barnes, left, in the Children's Room at the Waterford Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018.

The library kicked off its month long Winter Olympic Reading program, as children created their own Olympic torches, and then walked around the library as a group holding their torches.

Lucile Foss, front left, 6, of Quaker Hill, parades around the Waterford Public Library carrying her replica Olympic torch she made of cardboard, aluminum foil and colored tissue paper, with assistance from children librarian Emma Barnes, back right, at the  Waterford Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Six year-old Zoe Phelps, second in line, of New London, follows. The library kicked off its month long Winter Olympic Reading program, as children created their own Olympic torches, and then walked around the library as a group holding their torches.  (Tim Martin/The Day)
Lucile Foss, front left, 6, of Quaker Hill, parades around the Waterford Public Library carrying her replica Olympic torch she made of cardboard, aluminum foil and colored tissue paper, with assistance from children librarian Emma Barnes, back right, at the Waterford Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Six year-old Zoe Phelps, second in line, of New London, follows. The library kicked off its month long Winter Olympic Reading program, as children created their own Olympic torches, and then walked around the library as a group holding their torches. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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