Successful Community Reading Challenge leads to donations
Readers succeeded in reaching the Round Rock Public Library’s goal of 1 million points during this year’s Community Reading Challenge, which equals more than 16,000 hours of reading! Since the goal was met, the Library’s support organization, Friends of the Round Rock Public Library, donated $250 each to the Round Rock Area Serving Center and to the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter. A few lucky readers also won gift cards in a drawing sponsored by the Friends of RRPL.
Pictured: Susie Ness, Treasurer of Friends of RRPL, presents checks to Lori Scott, Executive Director of Round Rock Area Serving Center, and April Peiffer, Community Programs Coordinator at the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter.
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