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The Richmond Heights Memorial Library has been awarded a $5,452 Federal grant to purchase books, children’s programming, and paid advertising for children, teens and adults In support of our 2015 Summer Reading Club, Every Hero Has a Story.  The Library will also be offering an Adult Summer Reading Club for those ages 16 and up.  Participants can earn prizes by taking advantage of the library’s wide range of offerings, including reading books, watching DVDs, and listening to CDs.  Adults can also join in the fun by attending the Library’s monthly book club, which will feature “heroic” book selections.  

The $5,452 federal grant monies will be used by the Richmond Heights Memorial Library to purchase a diverse selection of fiction and nonfiction books featuring superheroes, historical heroes, contemporary heroes, and every day heroes, as well as children’s programming featuring local heroes, and radio advertising segments that promote summer reading activities.

“We are so grateful to receive this grant money allowing us to update and enrich our collection of books for readers. Books are so important for homework support, for creativity, for sparking curiosity! This grant money will help our staff to further enrich our already splendid collection and thus encourage reading,” said Library Director Jeanette Piquet.

The project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.  To learn more about the Institute, please visit www.imls.gov.



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