It’s Constitution Week. Lynne Shinozaki and NYPL Welcome You to Learning More

It’s Constitution Week. Lynne Shinozaki and NYPL Welcome You to Learning More

“We met at the Roosevelt Island Library last Friday to promote awareness of Constitution Week,” Shinozaki says. “It’s a National Celebration to bring renewed awareness to the awesome document that our Country is based on.” 

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

Lynne Shinozaki (L) reviewed materials with NYPL managers. Photo courtesy of Irina Hage/ Irina Island Images

“Please stop by our Roosevelt Island Public Library, 504 Main Street, and learn more about our Constitution, and kids, pick up a free Constitution bookmark.”

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