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Gallery: A thinking man's game

| Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 4:00 p.m.
Lillian DeDomenic | for the Norwin Star
Cade Kubistek, a student at Hahntown Elementary School, contemplates his next move in the Junior Division Chess Tournament hosted by the Norwin Library on Saturday.
Lillian DeDomenic | for the Norwin Star
Willow Hansel, Sheridan Terrace Elementary, makes her move in the Junior Division Chess Tournament hosted by the Norwin Library on March 22.
Lillian DeDomenic | for the Norwin Star
Logan Robb, Sunset Valley Elementary, challenges Cole Kubistek, Hahntown Elementary in the Junior Division Chess Tournament hosted by the Norwin Library on March 22, 2014.

The Norwin Public Library held its annual chess tournament for students in grades one through eight.

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