Saturday, December 27, 2014
As per their sentencing on December 12, 2014, the Dragons have been fulfilling their community service hours at the Adrian Branch Library. Librarian Meredith Vaselaar assigned duties in accordance to each dragon’s strength and skill level. The dragons have been very busy:
Ander Dragon, a true "attention-to-detail" aficionado, has been assisting in the shelving of books:
Blayze Dragon, whose ability with technology is legendary, has been vacuuming the carpet in the children’s story time area:
Jia Dragon, a true “people-dragon,” has been working at the circulation desk:
Theo Dragon, the “neat freak” of the bunch, has a penchant for bubbles, so being the designated mopper was the obvious choice:
Once their community service hours are completed, the Dragons have decided to stay on and help out at the library.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
On Friday, December 12, 2014, at 2:30 p.m., the Library Dragons met with Judge Gordon Moore, III, in Courtroom A, at the Nobles County Courthouse in Worthington, MN.
The Dragons were facing multiple counts of reckless mischievousness. The four displayed rare somber countenances. This was the big time, folks. What would be the fate of this quartet of miscreants?
After careful review of the charges ~ which spanned fifteen crimes ~ Judge Moore found the defendants guilty on all counts. At the same time, Moore observed that none of the crimes were malicious in nature and caused no permanent damage. Furthermore, the good Judge noted the tender age of the defendants, as well as their precocious cuteness, and decided that leniency was the order of the day.
The Dragons – Ander, Blayze, Jia, and Theo – were sentenced to fifteen hours of community service (each) to be served at the Adrian Branch Library. The sentences were to begin on December 15, 2014, and conducted under the watchful eye of Librarian Meredith Vaselaar.
Judge Gordon Moore, III, reminded the Dragons to behave themselves, and then completed the proceedings. The courtroom was cleared, with all breathing a sigh of relief.
Justice had been served.