What a summer reading program | SummitDaily.com

What a summer reading program

Julie Commons, South Branch managerVan Woodford, North Branch manager

This summer the theme for the Summit Library’s Summer Reading Program was “Discover New Trails … Read!” We want to thank all the volunteers for their hard work. At the South Branch Library we want to thank Beverley McArthur, Melinda Dale, Jillian Rowley, Alison Rowley, Lauren Jefferson, Bailey Jefferson, Molly Herwehe and Brian Joyce. At the North Branch we want to thank Kari Hudson and her friend, Deanna, Ari McKuen, Nicki McKuen, Casey Morrisson, Duncan Koehn, Samantha Gammal, Hannah Dudley, Stephanie Wade, Sam Dickstein, Amanda Fernandez, Christina Fernandez, Leanne Wirta, John McKuen, Gretchen Abernathy, Janice Brandt, Sue Paluska, Nancy Wiedel, the NRO, Spellbinders, Colorado State Library and Elliott Hedman.There were 540 kids who participated and read more than 900 hours at the South Branch Library! The North Branch Library had 740 youngsters and they recorded 1,476 hours read!

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