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September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month! September 8, 2016

Posted by stacey in National Library Card Month, Thoughtful Ramblings.
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You may have seen this in the paper or in a newsletter already but… just in case:

Nine library systems in Cuyahoga County, including Rocky River Public Library, have teamed up on an initiative to help ensure every child from Pre-K to high school senior in Cuyahoga County owns a library card and takes advantage of the resources that libraries offer.

The initiative, called “A Card for Every Kid,” takes place throughout September to coincide with National Library Card Sign Up Month. It is a cooperative effort among the library systems to raise awareness of the importance of library card ownership for children and teens.

The libraries are encouraging children and teens to sign up for a free library card, and offer one-time fine forgiveness to children and teens who have been blocked from using their library cards because they owe fines. Jamie Mason, director of Rocky River Public Library, is focused on providing library cards to as many children as possible in the new school year. “A library card is the best item any school supply list could include,” Mason said.

Bonus? We have special library cards to celebrate! Come it and check ’em out!

Reading with your BFF!

Reading with your BFF!

What just happened?!

What just happened?!

 

 

 

 

enjoy!
—Stacey

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