‘Spies’ at the library

Spies-in-training at the Kent Memorial Library showed off their sleuthing skills on Saturday, March 26. Photo By Sarah Marshall

KENT — The Kent Memorial Library was transformed into a training center for spies and secret agents on Saturday evening, March 26, when the junior room hosted “spy training” for middle school students.

Eleven spies-in-training attended the event — but had to decode a clue before they could begin the program. Upon walking in the door, the children found a sheet of paper with a clue written on it in invisible ink.

They eventually figured out that they had to apply heat to the paper in order to read the message.

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