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It’s not exactly moonlight, but close. Harris-Jobe Elementary first-grader Aubree Winkler, left, holds a flashlight as fifth-grader April Davis reads aloud to her. Fifth-graders read books about the moon to first-graders in a darkened library Monday. The younger students were learning about phases of the moon, and a moon was hung on the library wall. Lowe’s Home Improvement store donated the flashlights.

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