Summer reading at library
Register with a parent/adult sponsor during library business hours for the Youngsville Library's fifth annual Summer "Super Reader" Program, open to all students from kindergarten (completed) through 12th grade (completed).
Participants may read independently (not at the library) and at their own pace. The rules state that readers may read their own books or ones that are borrowed from the library.
Fund-raiser for Boy Scouts
Boy Scout Troop 22 from Irvine will be raising funds for its next adventure by hosting an All You Can Eat Buffet at the Warren Pizza Hut on Thursday, June 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. The boys will help seat diners and greet customers. Pictured at an earlier adventure in Acadia, Maine, last July 2009 are Lauren Saporito (venture crew), Mallory Sherrard (sibling), Kirsten Devore (sibling), Adam Mourer, David Johnson, Levi Ecelberger, Dominic McClellan, Josh Taydus, Brandon Lake, Bryce Sherrard, Alex Sanford, Seth Ecelberger (Cub Scout), Barb Mourer (troop leader), Devon Wertz, Steve Garris, Eathen Benedict (Cub Scout), Jacob Desimons (Cub Scout), Leo Braswell, Aaron Melquist, Zack Sanford, Dustin McClellan, Jacob Stover, Jeremy Stover.
Read as much as you want or as little as you want, but the more you read, the more chances you have to win prizes, fair passes, gift-cards, and more.
The program runs from Monday, June 14, through Friday, July 23. The sooner you register and receive your reading logs, the better your chances of completing all six reading log levels: S-U-P-E-R and Reader. Those who complete the highest level Reader are guaranteed to receive a T-shirt and 10 extra "raffle chance tickets" for chances to win "Super Reader" prizes.
For more information, call 563-7670, Monday and Tuesday from noon until 7:30 p.m., Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday from noon until 4 p.m.
Giving Campaign Donors
The Youngsville Public Library received contributions from the following for the on-going 2010 Giving Campaign (contributions from May 14 to June 7). The monies generated from the campaign will be used toward the library's general operating expenses to help off-set the major reductions in the library's state and county funding and not for any supplemental programs offered through the library.
General Giving Campaign contributions can be mailed to Youngsville Public Library, 100 Broad St., Youngsville, Pa. 16371.
"Patron" donors: Susan Combee, Joyce Sedlak, Scott and Roberta Brown, Fred and Carol Danielson, Linda and Steven Edwards, Becky Walters Embroidery, Kristina Sowa, Becky and Rupert Mackenzie, Kathy Barton, Evelyn Stufflebeam, John and Aggie Polley.
"Bronze" donors: Peg Peters, Dr. Sathya and Stephen Durkac, Blair LLC.
"Silver" donors: Tom and Peggy Nelson, Gail and Jim Cowan, Jim and Nicole Cowan.
Other donors: Frank and Marilyn Johnson, Charlene and Leslie Davidson, Chris Montgomery, Doris Dale, Janet and Charles Thompson, Alice and Darrell Harlan.
Youngsville Library is still welcoming any donations that community members would like to make toward the reading incentive prizes for this year's Summer Super Readers program for local students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Just a $5 or $10 donation to this educationally important program will help the library provide gift-card raffle prizes, grab-bag items, or will be used towards the purchase of Warren County Fair Tickets (for raffle prizes).
If you'd prefer to donate actual items for incentive prizes (such as jump ropes, water toys, candy, bouncing balls, water pistols, or similar items), drop them off by 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 15.
Saint Luke's church has pledged to co-sponsor the cost of T-shirts for participants who reach "Top Reader" status on their reading logs. A donation has also been received from Irvine Presbyterian Church's Women's Association. St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church has also made a pledge to support the reading program.
Contact Library Director Kristy Wallace, 563-7670, for more information.
Photographer Scott Alexander took the aerial view photograph of the People Pixel Flag at the Youngsville Elementary Middle School on May 27.