Riverside Public Library program has kids shopping for answers
RIVERSIDE – Of all the tasks they faced last week, most of the youth participating in a supermarket challenge enjoyed one in particular: setting their own prices.
The event was organized by the Riverside Public Library. Young people in sixth through 12th grades were invited to test their knowledge of grocery items at Riverside Foods.
“The kids particularly liked labeling things,” said Anne Huston, children and youth services manager for the library. “They had a labeling gun, and they were labeling items like Arizona iced tea. They had fun with that.”
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