SummerFest 2011 Winners and Grinners

More than 7,000 readers in our community spent part of their summer enjoying good books. And for doing so, some of them reaped really cool rewards, including free chocolate, free ice cream, gift certificates to businesses around town and Nook e-readers. Our reading incentives were a hit!

Special thanks to the Friends of the Library and The Library Foundation. These organizations ensured the community enjoyed a SummerFest full of music, theater, storytime, crafts and reading at the library. And each child received a free book for signing up for summer reading. And generous donors helped make that possible. Also, thanks to our sponsors who donated prizes.

Summer Reading Participants

Kids Registered: 5,565

Teens Registered: 718

Adults Registered: 1326

Congratulations to all our SummerFest winners. Stay tuned to tscpl.org for updates on more winners. We’ll soon announce which school in the county had the highest percent of its student body read in our summer reading program.

Summer Reading Grand Prize Winners

Cindy Norman                 adult     Adult Nook Grand Prize Winner

Madysen Mooradian       age 14  Teen Nook Grand Prize Winner

Molly Borgren                 age 7     Kid Nook Grand Prize Winner

Kinsley Lewis                  age 3     Discovery Center Grand Prize Winner

Weekly Summer Reading Drawing Winners

Jennifer Bumgarner – $25.00 gift card for Skinners Nursery

Elizabeth Dodds – $25.00 Via’s Pizza Gift Card

Cami Podlena – Mary Kay Gift Basket

Dawn Dennis – $25 gift certificate from Via’s Pizza

Diana Cowing – $25.00 BillyVanilly Gift Certificate

Richard Selden – $25.00 BillyVanilly Gift Certificate

Natasha Sims – $25.00  gift  card from Skinner Nursery

Joni Wells – Gift Basket from Craftee Crafters

Design a Bookmark Contest Winners (View entries in the bookmark design contest here)

Jennifer Lutz Michael, Adult Category

Kaitlyn Rohr, Teen Category

Killian Hayes, 6-11 year category

Trevor Ray, preschool category

 

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  • Reagan

    I can not belive my sister won!!!!!!!!!!!

    she loves to read, it was perfect!