Got any medals to spare? We’ll gladly take them, our supplies are running low!
Thanks a bunch,
Youth Librarian | Mon. – Thurs.
West Vancouver Memorial Library
1950 Marine Drive | West Vancouver, BC V7V 1J8
604-925-7408 | email@example.com
Any amount would be appreciated!
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thanks to those who shared their extra medals
We are in need of about 45 more medals – does anyone have any leftovers?
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We’re finished with SRC, but we’ve got some waitlisted kids still hoping to get a completion medal. I think we could use up to 80 but any you can spare would be most appreciated pretty please and thank you!
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Julie Carter, Nanaimo North Branch, 6250 Hammond Bay Road, Nanaimo, BC, V9R5N3
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250.933.2665
We have some leftover reading medals here at the Smithers Public Library. Email me or reply to this if you would like some!
The Okanagan Regional Library needs more medals!
Please and Thank-You!
250-860-4033 ext 2437
Nelson lots of leftover medals, if anyone needs some extras. Please reply to this post.
We are going to be short a few medals this year. Can anyone spare 10-20?
thanks so much,
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Francesca de Freitas from VPL’s Children’s Library recently shared this delightful story of “adorable SRC excitement”:
Some kids in our co-op put their reading records on their front doors so they show-off and can see what other kids have been reading, and so the Summer Reading Club is a not an infrequent topic of hallway conversation between the school-aged kids.
This morning my 5 year-old neighbour Ruby (starting K in Sept) came knocking very softly and, unusually shyly, at my door. She wanted to tell me she had joined the ‘library summer reading plan’ and that last night she’d read an entire book all by her self for the very first time. I asked her what the book was she told me it was ‘Time for Bed, Fred,’ and that her mom only had to help her with a couple of words that were hard. ‘Now I’m a reader too!’ she said.
We were so charmed at work that I’m bringing her a SRC poster and few buttons to celebrate this momentous becoming a reader milestone!
Do you have a SRC story to share? The winner will attend the 2020 BCLA Conference as our guest! For more details please visit http://kidssrc.libraries.coop/community-story-award/
Please send your story in an email to email@example.com, subject line: BC SRC Community Story Award.