Small Oneders


Darlene Mullen, left to right, and her granddaughter, Sawyer Mullen, 10 months, both of Russia, daughter of Adam and Abby Mullen and Maryanne Mullen and her son Ethan Mullen, 1, of Anna, son of Travis Mullen, listen to Rikki Unterbrink, director of the youth services at the Amos Memorial Library, during a Small Oneders kids exercise on Monday, Sept. 9. Kids sang, made crafts and had books read to them.

Darlene Mullen, left to right, and her granddaughter, Sawyer Mullen, 10 months, both of Russia, daughter of Adam and Abby Mullen and Maryanne Mullen and her son Ethan Mullen, 1, of Anna, son of Travis Mullen, listen to Rikki Unterbrink, director of the youth services at the Amos Memorial Library, during a Small Oneders kids exercise on Monday, Sept. 9. Kids sang, made crafts and had books read to them.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Darlene Mullen, left to right, and her granddaughter, Sawyer Mullen, 10 months, both of Russia, daughter of Adam and Abby Mullen and Maryanne Mullen and her son Ethan Mullen, 1, of Anna, son of Travis Mullen, listen to Rikki Unterbrink, director of the youth services at the Amos Memorial Library, during a Small Oneders kids exercise on Monday, Sept. 9. Kids sang, made crafts and had books read to them.

Darlene Mullen, left to right, and her granddaughter, Sawyer Mullen, 10 months, both of Russia, daughter of Adam and Abby Mullen and Maryanne Mullen and her son Ethan Mullen, 1, of Anna, son of Travis Mullen, listen to Rikki Unterbrink, director of the youth services at the Amos Memorial Library, during a Small Oneders kids exercise on Monday, Sept. 9. Kids sang, made crafts and had books read to them.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_SDN091119LibraryKids-1.jpgDarlene Mullen, left to right, and her granddaughter, Sawyer Mullen, 10 months, both of Russia, daughter of Adam and Abby Mullen and Maryanne Mullen and her son Ethan Mullen, 1, of Anna, son of Travis Mullen, listen to Rikki Unterbrink, director of the youth services at the Amos Memorial Library, during a Small Oneders kids exercise on Monday, Sept. 9. Kids sang, made crafts and had books read to them. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News