December 2, 2016

Reptiles at the library

Kevin Drescher
REPTILE Inc. owner Michael Brophy holds his Columbian red-tailed boa constrictor, Sampson, at the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in Standish on Thursday. Head Librarian Hilda Carruthers (right) tries to overcome her dislike of snakes.
Kevin Drescher
Kristl Hoffman of Standish, holds Sampson, a Columbian red-tail boa constrictor, on Thursday at the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in downtown Standish. Samson was brought to the library along with many other reptiles for a 2 p.m. show by REPTILE Inc.
Kevin Drescher
2 1/2-year-old Marshall Brandt, pets Sampson, a 7 1/2 foot long boa constrictor, Thursday afternoon at the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in Standish. Samson was brought to the library along with many other reptiles for a 2 p.m. show by REPTILE Inc.
Kevin Drescher
Local mom Amy Rich holds Columbian red-tail boa constrictor Sampson as a child pets it at the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in Standish Thursday. Samson was brought to the library along with many other reptiles for a 2 p.m. show by REPTILE Inc.
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STANDISH — Kids of all ages got to touch and feel real live reptiles at the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in downtown Standish on Thursday.

The reptiles were brought into town by REPTILE Inc. owner Michael Brophy of Troy.

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