FOUR CORNERS — The first lady of Florida, Ann Scott, recently stopped by Cagan Crossings Community Library to take part in a guided tour and some children’s activities at one of Lake County’s largest and most visited libraries.
During the Oct. 5 visit, Mrs. Scott was welcomed by library representatives, who offered a tour of the library, including a look at the computer lab, teen area and community room, which was hosting a Hispanic heritage event. Her visit also included reading a story to nearly 40 children and helping out with an arts and crafts project.
“We were honored to welcome Mrs. Scott to Lake County, and to Cagan Crossings Community Library” said Wendy Breeden, Public Resources Director. “It was a delight to see her reading and getting engaged with the children and meeting with patrons at the library.”
Throughout the summer, Mrs. Scott visited and read to students at 17 different locations, including state parks, local public libraries and the Governor’s mansion. In coordination with the first lady’s efforts, more than 920,000 people participated in summer reading programs in Florida public libraries.
For more information about Lake County libraries, visit www.mylakelibrary.org, or call (352) 253-6168.