Hunger Games Challenges @ Westlake Library

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers  SISTERLY ASSISTANCE - Leenoy Margalit, 12, and sister Leeor, 15, of Agoura work together to master suction-cup archery target shooting as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

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SISTERLY ASSISTANCE – Leenoy Margalit, 12, and sister Leeor, 15, of Agoura work together to master suction-cup archery target shooting as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers  BASIC SURVIVAL SKILLS - From left, 15-year-old Jack Whiteley of Agoura, 15-year-old Abriannah Aiken and sister Zara, 12, of Oak Park work on tying simple knots as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

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BASIC SURVIVAL SKILLS – From left, 15-year-old Jack Whiteley of Agoura, 15-year-old Abriannah Aiken and sister Zara, 12, of Oak Park work on tying simple knots as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers  TEST OF PATIENCE - 12-year-old Ethan Bernard of Agoura uses only spoons to move water from a bucket to a large jug as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library  on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

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TEST OF PATIENCE – 12-year-old Ethan Bernard of Agoura uses only spoons to move water from a bucket to a large jug as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers  STRAIGHT SHOT - Leenoy Margalit, 12, of Agoura fires off a suction-cup arrow toward the target as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers
STRAIGHT SHOT – Leenoy Margalit, 12, of Agoura fires off a suction-cup arrow toward the target as part of the Hunger Games Teen Challenge at the Westlake Village Library on Saturday, October 25. Teens participated in a series of challenges based on the popular books and movie.

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