Friday, February 6, 2015

YMCA Partners with Library

The Darke County YMCA is partnering with the Greenville Public Library for the Library's Adult Winter Reading Program by donating a Six-Month Adult Membership as a grand prize. Each year the Library hosts a Summer and Winter Reading Program with weekly and grand prizes. This is the first time a Y Membership has been offered.

Librarian Deb Cameron explained “Our grand prizes represent a variety for different ages. The winners can choose among a Samsung Galaxy Tab4, a Keurig K40 Elite Brewing System, or the Six-Month Y Membership. We are very excited to partner with the Y and appreciate their generous donation.”

The adult program is running from January 24 to February 28 and is for ages 18 and over.
All that's needed is to check out a book, audio book, ebook, or magazine and fill out your name and phone number on an entry form. A drawing is done weekly with the winner receiving a $10 gift certificate to a business of your choice. All entries go into the grand prize drawings at the end.

Deb Cameron and Rachel Brock are seen with Sam Casalano, Darke County YMCA CEO. Sam stated “At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. We believe that lasting personal and social change can only come about when we work together to invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors.” The Y focuses its work in three areas: youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

There's still plenty of time to participate in Winter Reading so stop in the Library and get started! You may be the lucky winner of a Y Membership!

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