The younger age group celebrates the end of the “Libraries Rock” summer reading program at the Cokeville library. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Jan Moody)
The Cokeville Branch Library’s summer reading program “Libraries Rock” finished up last week with prize drawings for each age group.
Throughout the month of June, children participating in the summer reading program were given tickets every time they read a book or a chapter.
Then they had the opportunity to enter their names for some great prizes to be awarded at the conclusion of the program.
Monday, June 25, the Tweens met for their final time. Kallianne Toomer invited those attending to participate in her “Cokeville Rock” program. Those attending painted rocks and then hid them around town for others to find. Kallianne has a Facebook page where you can learn more about how to get involved with this fun activity. They also painted Cokeville Panther shirts. At the conclusion of the activities the final drawing was held. Everyone went home with a prize.
On Wednesday, June 27, it was the younger age group’s turn to have their drawing. Parents and children gathered at the library for the big drawing. All of the children attending went home with a prize.
The Tween age group holds their prizes at the conclusion of the Cokeville Library Summer Reading Program. (GAZETTE PHOTO / Jan Moody)