One Community One Book
On Tuesday, March 15, the library hosted the annual One Community One Book Event. They handed out 350 books to students and staff. Because the novel is a "Criminal Minds" type of read for young adults, the theme was all about crime! Upon arriving to the library, people would immediately see a crime scene, have their mugshot taken, receive a book from law enforcement officers and then get to pick out a donut for breakfast. All 350 books ordered were given to expectant readers and laughter could be heard as mugshots were being taken.
Special thanks to law enforcement personnel: Officer Scott Schulte, Officer Ty Mower, Officer Steve Adelman and Detective John Hatcher, for handing out books and to Mary Ann Chavez for taking the "mugshots".
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Located in the new east wing, the library offers more than just books. Author Mike Mullin visited in 2015 sharing the wonders of Ashfall and spent time talking with students and staff about the creative process. The library also offers individual services for teachers such as instruction on using databases for research, books talks with classes, book selection and much more. The library is open from 8:00AM-5:00PM for computer usage, research, meetings or just relaxing.
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