Valentine's Day can be such a beautiful holiday. But some don't share its lovey-dovey feelings. So to cater to that audience, the Tecumseh District Library on North Ottawa Street held an Anti-Valentine's Day Party, encouraging teens to wear black, listen to music unrelated to love, and eat broken heart cookies. There were some constructive activities, such as teaching how to make chocolate candy, evidenced by, Ashley Smith, 12, standing, and Elle Bieske, 12.
nbrn valent21p 2/11/2008 The Blade/Herral Long Tecumseh library holds an Anti valentine's day party for teenagers Catlin Briggs 13 dips treats in chocolate
Catlin Briggs, 13, experimented with nontraditional chocolate colors.
nbrn valent21p 2/11/2008 The Blade/Herral Long Tecumseh library holds an Anti valentine's day party for teenagers Jessica Kurtzhals 16 with colored chocolate
Jessica Kurtzhals, 16, experimented with nontraditional chocolate colors.
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