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brary,”Mia wrote. “If it wasn’t for
her, I’d never experience this li-
Sheri Habib, 5, who is in the
kindergarten at the Waybright
Elementary School, couldn’t
name everybody shewanted to
on her shamrock.“Peoplemade
me lucky,”Sheri said. “I am lucky
because of everyone.”
Honoring their Irish
rock and inscribedablessingon
it that expressed gratitude for
the job she began at the library
about a year ago.“I am luckybe-
cause I get towork inabeautiful
library with so many wonderful
childrenand families,”shewrote
on a paper shamrock displayed
in a plastic stand on the table
where the children worked on
their own shamrocks.
It was a drop-in craft activity,
designed to get the children to
think about good things in their
lives. “I think it’s nice to focus on
our blessings,”Melton said.
“Some of the children want-
ed to pin them up on the wall
and some wanted to take them
home,”Melton said.
As part of the library’s St. Pat-
rick’s Day observance, the chil-
dren’s section featured a ta-
ble that displayed a selection
of books to encourage young
readers to learnmoreabout Irish
heritage. Green shamrocks sus-
pended on strings hung from
the ceiling made it easy to spot
the table.
“A lot of us have Irish heritage
… Some of us have to go back
a few generations to find it. My
mom was Irish. Her maiden
name was Smith. But Maroney
was the name of her grandfa-
ther who came over from Ire-
land and through Ellis Island,”
Melton noted.
Cody Abraham, a four-year-
old from Lynn, shares the her-
itage that Melton celebrates
this month in the children’s sec-
tion of the library. Besides hon-
oringhis family, friends andcats,
Cody’s shamrockwasdedicated
to his Irish-born grandmother,
Margaret O’Flaherty.
Puppy love and healthy
The children and adults who
displayed handmade paper
shamrocks on the“We are lucky
because …” board counted a
wide range of blessings.
“I am lucky to have a puppy
that loves me,”wrote one child.
“I am lucky because I am
strong, smart, nice and funny
…I amalso lucky tohaveawon-
derful family,”another wrote.
Julianna considered herself
lucky “because I get pizza from
Charlie’s Pizzeria.”
“I am lucky because I get di-
amonds for Christmas,” Tina
Dylan cited “many ‘Curious
George’ movies to watch with
my brother.”
Several of theshamrockartists
wroteabout thegoodfortuneof
having “healthy” and “wonder-
ful” families.
“I amluckybecause I have two
healthy children,”CHwrote.
There’s still plentyof construc-
tion paper left to make sham-
rocks and lots of room on the
and old – who want to count
their own St. Patrick’s Day bless-
ings when they visit the library
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LUCKY TO BE LOVED: One child considered it a blessing to be
loved by a puppy.
(Saugus Advocate photos by Mark E. Vogler)
READINGUPON IRISHROOTS: Children’s LibrarianAmyMelton
had a selection of books available at the Saugus Public Library
this month for young readers who wanted to learn about St.
Patrick’s Day and the Irish heritage.
Abraham, 4, of Lynn, counts
among his blessings his fam-
ily, friends, cats and his Irish-
born grandmother, Marga-
ret O’Flaherty. He stands in
front of the“We are lucky be-
cause ...” wall where children
ing why they consider them-
selves lucky.