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Amos Memorial Library Children’s Room Assistant Betsy Kimbler, of Sidney, works at her desk with an alligator hat on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The library provided its workers with a tub of interesting hats to wear during work hours. Kimbler said she choose the alligator “because he’s got teeth and I’ve been told he matches my personality.”

Amos Memorial Library Children’s Room Assistant Betsy Kimbler, of Sidney, works at her desk with an alligator hat on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The library provided its workers with a tub of interesting hats to wear during work hours. Kimbler said she choose the alligator “because he’s got teeth and I’ve been told he matches my personality.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Amos Memorial Library Children’s Room Assistant Betsy Kimbler, of Sidney, works at her desk with an alligator hat on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The library provided its workers with a tub of interesting hats to wear during work hours. Kimbler said she choose the alligator “because he’s got teeth and I’ve been told he matches my personality.”

Amos Memorial Library Children’s Room Assistant Betsy Kimbler, of Sidney, works at her desk with an alligator hat on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The library provided its workers with a tub of interesting hats to wear during work hours. Kimbler said she choose the alligator “because he’s got teeth and I’ve been told he matches my personality.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN101818FunnyHat-1.jpgAmos Memorial Library Children’s Room Assistant Betsy Kimbler, of Sidney, works at her desk with an alligator hat on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The library provided its workers with a tub of interesting hats to wear during work hours. Kimbler said she choose the alligator “because he’s got teeth and I’ve been told he matches my personality.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News