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Kathleen Ruzanski, of Mokena, plays with her son Rain during Mokena Community Public Library District’s Sensory Story Time Saturday, May 19. Photos by T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
Kathleen Ruzanski and her 4-year-old son Rain participate in Mokena Community Public Library District’s Sensory Story Time Saturday, May 19. The program is one of many designed to help children develop social, motor and speech skills.
T.J. Kremer III, Editor
2:09 pm CDT May 21, 2018
His name is Rain. He’s 4 years old and already can put together the organs that make up the human body on a digital skeleton. His favorite Beatle is John “Lemon,” and like many of The Beatles songs, Rain shows a kind heart and has a tender sensibility about him. He’s fascinated with being outside and experiencing nature, as well as tinkering with machines to see how they tick. He also has autism. And he was one of the children at Mokena Community Public Library District’s season finale of Sensory Storytime Saturday, May 19.