Local Teen's Puzzles Showcased at The Totowa Library

Shown is Totowa teen Luke Mulroony with County Clerk Kristen Corrado at the Totowa Library. Credits: Photo courtesy of The Totowa Library

The Borough of Totowa Public Library will be showcasing 1,000 piece puzzles done by a local autistic teen.

Luke Mulroony, 16 and and in his second year of Passaic Valley High School's Autism program, has a gift of putting 1,000 puzzles together pretty quickly. The Totowa resident will be displaying his framed and unframed puzzles in the month of April for Autism Awareness Month in the exhibit, named "Puzzled," at the library in its Eisenhower Community Room. They will be for sale.

Last year, Luke's creations were a hit at the library's fundraising "Trash to Treasure" event. His pieces sold out and he also took special orders.

Patrons can view his puzzles during library hours. For further information, visit the library at 537 Totowa Rd., or call 973-790-3265.

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