Reading program at Mingo County Library


Staff Report



Officer Jonathan New of the Delbarton Police Department is pictured with some of the children who participated in the summer reading program.


Pictured are employees of STAT Ambulance Service when they volunteered at the summer reading program to teach the children about emergency medical care.


DELBARTON — The Mingo County Public Library participated in a summer reading program titled, “Every Hero Has a Story”. The program ran from June 15 to July 27 and was held every Monday beginning at 2:00 p.m.

There were a total of 24 children that had registered to participate in the summer reading program. Every Monday the children went to the library and enjoyed a story being read to them, plus crafts that they made pertaining to superheros and a snack that was provided to them.

Special guests who participated in the program were Freddie Justice and Ervin Slone of the Delbarton Volunteer Fire Department, officer Jonathan New of the Delbarton Police Department and STAT Ambulance Service.

Prizes were awarded to all the children who were present, with some of the children receiving monetary prizes, passes to Camden Park, movies passes, two free pizzas, pop and chips. Also, the Mingo County Library gave each child present a backpack with goodies in each bag.

The Mingo County Library would like to give a big thank you to all who donated prizes for this year’s summer reading program, which include Chafin Funeral Home (Steve Cook), Bank of Mingo, Carolyn’s Candles (Carolyn Perkins), Southside Theater (Evette Williamson), Mr. T’s Pizza, Canadas Cash and Camden Park.

Officer Jonathan New of the Delbarton Police Department is pictured with some of the children who participated in the summer reading program.
http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_11222702_10204113028978226_8400605058078624795_n.jpgOfficer Jonathan New of the Delbarton Police Department is pictured with some of the children who participated in the summer reading program.

Pictured are employees of STAT Ambulance Service when they volunteered at the summer reading program to teach the children about emergency medical care.
http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_11143198_929672160422426_5637097833948037583_n.jpgPictured are employees of STAT Ambulance Service when they volunteered at the summer reading program to teach the children about emergency medical care.

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