Youths read more than 2,000 books in February
Published 1:26 am Wednesday, March 29, 2023
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Claire Britt, left, won a drawing in connection with her participation in the Winter Reading Program at the Windsor branch of the Blackwater Regional Library. Claire’s sister, Rebecca, holds Claire’s winnings. (Photo submitted by Melody L. Ranck)
Winter Reading Program drawing winner Beau Parker poses with the penguin plush and book set that he won. (Photo submitted by Melody L. Ranck)
Snuggling with her koala plush and book set that she won in a Winter Reading Program drawing is Bri Anderson. (Photo submitted by Melody L. Ranck)
Carleigh Lewis presents her new friend Olaf that she received after winning a Winter Reading Program drawing open to program participants. (Photo submitted by Melody L. Ranck)
The Blackwater Regional Library’s Winter Reading Program has enjoyed impressive participation in Windsor.
The Windsor branch of the BRL shared a positive report in a Friday, March 17, news release, noting that its youngest patrons read a total of 2,160 books during the month of February.
“We had so much fun with Winter Reading at the Windsor branch this year,” Library Assistant Melody L. Ranck said. “To celebrate, we entered each of the program participants into a drawing to receive a plush and book set.”
The drawing winners included Bri Anderson, Claire Britt, Carleigh Lewis and Beau Parker.