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 Panel Discussion Features Senator, Banner Publisher

October 1, 2008 - As New Castle-Henry County Public Library challenges the community to read Fahrenheit 451 during The Big Read, the library will host a panel discussion about the themes in the book. “CENSORED: A Panel Discussion” will take place in the library auditorium at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8.

The local panel will discuss the power of the written word and the impact of censorship during this event. Participants include Jan Preusz, Library Director; Eric Cox, Editor of The Knightstown Banner; Bob Hansen, Former Editor of the Hagerstown Exponent; Vaughn Reid III, City Councilman; Jim Small, Mayor of New Castle; and Beverly Gard, State Senator.

Randy Rendfeld, Editor of The Courier-Times, will serve as moderator.

The Big Read is an initiative of the NEA in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and Arts Midwest. For information about other activities taking place during The Big Read, log on to www.henrycountybigread.org.

 

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