Wacky Wednesday


Zane Webber, left, 10, son of Sandra Webber and Brian Wilson, and Kenzie Chambers, 9, both of Jackson Center, son of Jennifer Steiger and Chris Fry, try to find hidden objects to circle in a photo at the Jackson Center Library Wednesday, Dec. 2. When all the objects were found the boys turned the puzzles over to library staff in return for cookies. The game was part of the library’s “Wacky Wednesday.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Zane Webber, left, 10, son of Sandra Webber and Brian Wilson, and Kenzie Chambers, 9, both of Jackson Center, son of Jennifer Steiger and Chris Fry, try to find hidden objects to circle in a photo at the Jackson Center Library Wednesday, Dec. 2. When all the objects were found the boys turned the puzzles over to library staff in return for cookies. The game was part of the library’s “Wacky Wednesday.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Zane Webber, left, 10, son of Sandra Webber and Brian Wilson, and Kenzie Chambers, 9, both of Jackson Center, son of Jennifer Steiger and Chris Fry, try to find hidden objects to circle in a photo at the Jackson Center Library Wednesday, Dec. 2. When all the objects were found the boys turned the puzzles over to library staff in return for cookies. The game was part of the library’s “Wacky Wednesday.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Zane Webber, left, 10, son of Sandra Webber and Brian Wilson, and Kenzie Chambers, 9, both of Jackson Center, son of Jennifer Steiger and Chris Fry, try to find hidden objects to circle in a photo at the Jackson Center Library Wednesday, Dec. 2. When all the objects were found the boys turned the puzzles over to library staff in return for cookies. The game was part of the library’s “Wacky Wednesday.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/12/web1_SDN120215JCLibrary.jpgZane Webber, left, 10, son of Sandra Webber and Brian Wilson, and Kenzie Chambers, 9, both of Jackson Center, son of Jennifer Steiger and Chris Fry, try to find hidden objects to circle in a photo at the Jackson Center Library Wednesday, Dec. 2. When all the objects were found the boys turned the puzzles over to library staff in return for cookies. The game was part of the library’s “Wacky Wednesday.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News