From the library to the theater to history, Shelby County tries to fill the needs of idle students.
By Spencer Jenkins
Friday, June 15, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: July 6, 9:34 am)
Kids in Shelby County are now into their 10-week vacations from school, but their parents still have to work, with maybe a week or some days off here and there.
Working parents count on the hours that students are in classrooms to consume a lot of those work hours, but in the summer, there is a scramble to keep those kids busy.
And in Shelby County, there are numerous programs designed to keep keeping children and teens busy and parents worry free.
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