|8/6/2017 7:00:00 AM|
Letter: Construction Zone Party ends Summer Reading Program
To The Editor:
The Oak Hill Public Library would like to thank everyone who participated in the "Build A Better World!" summer reading program. All those who completed the program were acknowledged with certificates, prizes, and a "Construction Zone" party Monday, July 24. At the party everyone enjoyed pizza, chips and drinks. Tickets were given to the children for each program they attended and they were randomly chosen to come up and pick a prize.
This year's summer reading program was made possible by gracious local and area businesses. Monetary and prize donations were received from: Atomic Credit Union, COSI, Cross and Sons, CVS, Tobacco Station, Giovanni's Pizza, KFC, Kroger, Kings Island, Lakeview Bait and Tackle, McDonald's, The Milton Banking Co., Tri-City Theater, Jack's Barbershop (Jimmy Williams), Piggly Wiggly, and Jackson Area Kiwanis.
Also, we would like to thank co-workers, friends and family of the library who volunteered many hours to help make this program a great success.
Brittany Miller, Children's Youth Librarian
and Abbi Hubbard, Assistant, Oak Hill Library
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