‘Happy Birthday, Indiana’ – State Library encourages fourth graders to celebrate Bicentennial

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‘Happy Birthday, Indiana’:

State Library encourages fourth graders to celebrate Bicentennial

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“The cards are printed on special acid-free paper and will be preserved in acid-free boxes for generations to come,” explained Rare Books and Manuscripts Supervisor Bethany Fiechter. “We will then organize the cards by county so students, parents, whoever can come in a hundred years from now and be able to see them fully preserved using these acid-free products.

“The birthday cards will be on display at the Indiana State Library starting this summer,” said Associate Director Connie Bruder. “We estimate receiving 10,000 cards by the end of 2016.”

If you have a fourth grade student interested in participating in the birthday card bicentennial project, please contact Bethany Fiechter at online, name brand baclofen , baclofen brand. alcoholism muscle relaxant ppt baclofen 20 mg price intrathecal trial procedure medicamentos. . The first 500 cards received by Wednesday, June 1, will be on display this summer at the library.



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