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CHARLESTON -- More than 50 participants went to the Charleston Carnegie Public Library on Tuesday. But it wasn't for the books.

Instead it was to play golf. Or, to be more specific, putt-putt.

Participants sometimes excelled, but more often struggled, as they weaved their wiffle golf balls through each of the nine courses, a few of which were developed by patrons of the library.

Charleston library announces June events

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Three of the more popular courses were developed by the Frey, Stewart and Holloway families. 

Mini Golf in the Stacks is one of the many activities for children and families taking place at the library over the summer. See a complete June schedule with this story at jg-tc.com

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(Pictured left to right) John Ebinger, 18, putts with Gregory Bower, 18, Tuesday at the Charleston Carnegie Public Library. They challenged themselves by using their non-dominant hand. They tied. 

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Mason Koehler, 6, putts Tuesday at Charleston Carnegie Public Library while family members, Matt and Sydne, 8, watch. The Mini Gold in the Stacks event is one of many held to attract patrons to the library during the summer months.  

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Contact Jarad Jarmon at (217) 238-6839. Follow him on Twitter: @JJarmonReporter

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Jarad Jarmon is a reporter for the JG-TC. He covers the city of Charleston, Eastern Illinois University, Mattoon schools and the Regional Office of Education.

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