Summer Reading Program – Prize Party

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2014 Hebron Public Library Summer Reading Program – Fizz, Boom, Read

This year we had 54 individuals participate in the program. Thank you for all who donated to the Summer Reading Program this year.

Monetary donations were from the following companies: Border States Electric, WRT & Dickinson Chapter of API. Other donations included:

Five bicycles from Kevin & Cheryl Sailer.

A digital camera from Ken & Judy Rehling

Assortment of toy games from Sheels at the Kirkwood Mall Bismarck

Hebron Public Pool donated three pool passes.

Lance Elmer & Keith Redman for supplying air for all bike tires.

The Hebron Public School created a public announcement to help promote the summer reading program.

Virginia Schwartz provided rice krispies treats & Violet Sease baked a cake.

Our awesome party helpers were Ann Margaret Kitzan, Evelyn Lee, and Violet Sease

Also a very special volunteer; Ray Schwartz; who assembled the bicycles for the kids.

Thank you very much; we greatly appreciate all your help to make the Hebron Public Library summer reading program a huge success.

Prize Winners

#1 – 12” Spiderman bike – Oliver Brunner          

#2 – 12” Disney princess bike – Kinsley Staiger

#3 – 20” purple bike – Mariam Evinger

#4 – 20” green bike – Derek Warne

#5 – 26” blue bike – Evan Fideldy

Kindle – Violet Sease     

Robot Photo Contest – Derek Warne        

Candy Count

#1 – Kade Opp                                                    

#2 – Ryan Stern                                         

#3 – Dominik Warne                                            

#4 – Dominik Warne

#5 – Violet Sease                     


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2018/2019 Morton Mandan Public Library Bookmobile Schedule

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