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2017 Summer Reading Camp Photos

 

The 2017 Summer Reading Camp was the recipient of a $250.00 grant from the

Schuylkill Area Community Foundation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programs

 

2016 Summer Read-a-thon Winners

 

 

2017 Spring- Summer Book Discussion Group Selections

 

 

 

 

The Mahanoy City Public Library in conjunction with the Mahanoy Area Elementary School
sponsored a Read-a-thon this past summer.

 

Top readers were awarded bicycles due to the generosity of
Attorney David Huebner, former Ambassador to New Zealand, and the Tamaqua Wal-Mart.

 

Winners

 

Alexandria Bet- Grade 1
Alyssa Dennis – Grade 2
Kyler Quick- Grade 3
Donavan Herman-Grade 4
Brooklyn Dennis- Grade 5
 
 

 

2016 Summer Read-A-Thon Program Participants

Sixty-one Children Participated

 

Grade 1 -10 children

 

Alexandria Bet = 102 books

Zoey Quintinsky = 18 books

Grayson Zaremba = 13 books

Brooke Hornung = 10 books

Annalyha Tacuri = 6 books

Sicariaus Billbe = 5 books

Sabrina Davis = 2 books

Michael Gambone = 2 books

Zephanicah Johnstone = 2 books

Bianca Torres = 1 book

 

Grade 2 -16 children

 

Alyssa Dennis = 268 books

John Wiekrykas = 68 books

Gavin Byrne = 27 books

Kairi Mitchell = 24 books

Alivia Sillers = 20 books

Hailee Sillers = 20 books

Teagan Kane = 14 books

Benjamin Price = 13 books

Samantha Price = 13 books

Zachary Price = 13 books

Branden Ritsko = 12 books

Ethan Hollenbach = 10 books

Madison Hornung = 10 books

Allison Pangonis = 8 books

Cameron Zubnis = 8 books

Dontae Hernandez = 2 books

 

Grade 3 - 10 children

 

Kyler Quick = 26 books

Gianna Scarcella = 20 books

Jakob Gavenas = 15 books

Austin Billbe = 5 books

Macie Fisher = 4 books

Dakota Spalti = 4 books

Jacob Taylor = 3 books

Elizabeth Aryanna = 2 books

Amanda Maclunny = 2 books

Amelia Macllunny = 2 books

 

Grade 4 - 13 children

 

Donovan Herman = 2,992 pages

Victor Hanley = 2,291 pages

Brandon Van Horn = 2,063 pages

Malakai Crable = 1,299 pages

Deann Kristopaitis = 1,238 pages

Levi Terry = 1,201 pages

Hailey Hornung = 1,060 pages

Caylin Blashock = 947 pages

Samantha Ritsko = 760 pages

Emily Fybbe = 508 pages

Gabe Gutekunst = 320 pages

Cadince Thomas = 241 pages

Arielle Torres = 37 pages

 

Grade 5 - 12 children

 

Brooklynn Dennis = 12,021 pages

Sierra Loughlin = 7,427 pages

Cael Quick = 6,763 pages

Desiree Hernandez = 3,714 pages

Mackenzie Billbe = 2,515 pages

Noah Ramos = 2,259 pages

Rebecca Wiekrykas = 1,419 pages

Faith Simpson = 884 pages

Allech Dejesus = 845 pages

Billy Maclunny = 216 pages

Stephen Baker = 124 pages

Camden Garcia = 112 pages

 

 

 

Internet Access

 

Ten computers with printing capability are available for the public. Use your library card and follow rules for use of the library computers or use our wireless connection on your own computer.

 

Other Services

 

Laminating, Photocopying, Faxing, & Printing available at a small fee.

 

 

Library Tours for:

Mahanoy Area School District Students

All Local Boy and Girl Scout Troops

Child Development Students

Please contact the library to set up a tour for your group.

 

Free Library Knitting Club

Presently meets at the Senior Citizen Center in Mahanoy City (Contact library for details)

Community work credits can be achieved for school students and boy and girl scout organizations by volunteering at our library.

 

Inter-library Loan Program

 

If we do not carry a book you would like to read in our collection, you can request it from another library in the state through the Inter-library Loan (ILL) system which connects libraries, including those of schools, colleges, universities and public libraries all across the state of Pennsylvania.

 

You must maintain a valid library card with our library. Then all you need to do is fill out a simple form listing the author and title. We will do our best to locate the book at another state library within two to three weeks. Books cannot be acquired through ILL until they have been on a library's shelf for six months.

 

ILL books are delivered to the Mahanoy City Public Library every Thursday. You pick your book up at the front desk and return it here on the due date. ILL Books must be renewed at least three days before the due date.