National Library Week Winners

nlw19_poster_storeThe Stanley Public Library recently celebrated National Library Week with a variety of activities, including a drawing for prizes for students who visited the library during the week.

Grand prize winners, sponsored by Pinnacle and Dakota Drug, are:  Katy Roise, Griffin Wilson, Adela Heberlie, Hunter Johnson, Logan Neset, Jessa Longmuir, Kerrigan Gustafson, Ashley Walter, Jevon Lebar, Ben Hynek, Karley McCormick, Zaelynn Aune, Aiden Meduna, Tyson Durfee, Kolton Longmuir, Deanda Lamping and Sherlyn Hernandez.

Other prize winners are:  River Nardacci, Cameron Addicott, Jazlyn Ulledahl, Ava Oosin, Sidney Enerson, Savaejah Aune, Aurora Meiers, Annie Roise, Logan Longmuir, Anna Ross, Tony Wing, Carmen Wing, Paitin Sauber, Brenna Wenger, Achaia Braddock, McKenna Jones, Laylah Wilson, Ava Shold, Trinity Mason, Erika Littlefield, Jackelyne Hernandez, Oscar Garcia, Ruth McLaughlin, Rebecca Littlefield, Maddelyn Hudelson, Levi Uran, Bo Johnson, Carter Goettle, Skylee Christopher, Kelsee Ottesen, Colton Irving-Steward, Tylie Johnson, Alice Wienbar, Kaitlyn Tronset, Lexi Neset, Shellbly Mustain, Jessy Roise, Aiden Fairchild-Brown, Rylan Craft, C.J. Francis, Zander Brannan, Jacob Altamirano, Kayden Uran, Jacob Sacro, Trenton Bruhn, Devon Wittmayer, Evan Craft, Kane Reep, Tori Martin, Errhol Tabucol, Breanna Istilart, Landon Hunting, Josh Hetzel, William Matiski, Ariadnna Hernandez, Alex Salgado, Zoey Marmon, Eli Brewer, Cooper Skarsgard, Anthony Nardacci, Cohen Bell, Brayden Fritel, Austin Kanenwisher, Rylee Littlecreek, Dilan Hernandez, Seth LeBaron, Payden Hunting, Canyon Nardacci, Isaak Longmuir, Maya Sacro, Karlie LeBaron, Blakely Bell and Henzlie Longmuir.

Congratulations to all entrants for visiting the Stanley Public Library during National Library Week.  Prizes can be picked up this week at the library.

4th Grade Library Visit







On Friday, April 5, the 4th grade classes of Mr. Hellman, Mrs. Johnson and Mr. LaBar visited the Stanley Public Library as part of National Library Week.  The students were given a tour of the library, had the opportunity to purchase used books and movies and registered for prizes.  The students were invited to visit the library during National Library Week for games, activities and library souvenirs.

National Library Week

nlw19_poster_storeThe Stanley Public Library joins libraries in communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week April 8-12.

During the week, children ages 3-18 who visit the library may register for daily prizes and for grand prizes to be given away at the end of the week.  They are encouraged to read a book, build a LEGO display relating to the book and bring it to the library to be displayed all week.

There will be games, crafts and other activities for children in grades K-12 from 4:00-4:45 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  On Wednesday, the public is invited to tour the library and coffee and cookies will be served from 2:00-4:30.

The Friends of the Library will hold a used book and movie sale and will also be selling souvenir library playing cards all week.

National Library Week is the perfect time to visit your local library to take advantage of the wonderful library resources available.  Check out the library in person!

Reading for Rewards Winner

IMG_0616During the month of March, the Stanley Public Library held a Reading for Rewards contest for students in grades K-6.  The students checked out books, read and returned them for an entry into the contest.  The winner for March was Braylen Flageolle, who read a book titled “Deadpool.”  Braylen won a $25 VISA gift card sponsored by Braddock Insurance.  Congratulations to Braylen and to all the students who read a book to enter the contest!