41 participate in Summer Reading Program
Thursday, June 24th, saw another fun day at the Community Library. Vivian from Spaulding Park shared stories and interesting facts about Salmon with the children in the Summer Reading Program on June 24.
Vivian from Spaulding Park came and shared stories and interesting facts on the salmon.  We played pin the fin on the salmon and had a coloring page. 
We also had a visit from police chief Terry Cochran. 
Forty-one kids showed up for the program.  We are so pleased with the large turnout.  This is by far the largest group in several years.  
We will be taking some time off from meeting at the library now since the 4th of July is upon us and swimming lessons are just around the corner.  We will meet again on July 22nd for ice cream and more stories.  Kids should continue reading during this time and keep track of reading time on their reading logs.  Please bring your kids in to the library and take advantage of the coolness and some great books.  
If you are interested in becoming a library member, it is only $25.00 for a year for the entire family.  This is very reasonable considering the cost of buying books for the kids to read.  We have a large selection of videos as well. 
If you have any questions regarding the Summer Reading Program please call Aleta at 962-3724.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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503 King St.
P.O. Box 157
Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
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