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MIDDLETOWN, NJ – On Thursday, December 23rd, Middletown Main Library loaned its one millionth item for 2010 when 2-1/5-year-old James Pirozzi borrowed the book “Thomas-saurus Rex.”  A preschooler at King of King’s School, James was accompanied to the library by his mother, Kristen Pirozzi, and his six-year-old sister, Dylan.  On hand to help celebrate this milestone were Committeewoman Pamela Brightbill and Randy Gabrielan, President of the Library Board of Trustees.  To thank our “one in a million,” James’s mother will receive two tickets to a performance of “A Thousand Clowns” compliments of The Two River Theater in Red Bank.

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James and Dylan Pirozzi

Middletown Library employees and its Board of Trustees extend hearty congratulations to James and his family.

Middletown Main Library is located at 55 New Monmouth Rd—mtpl.org—732-671-3700 x320.


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