Fauquier County Public Library

Reading Riot: Thank You Volunteers!

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Volunteers at Marshall branch library dressed up for Pirate SPLAT.

Kudos to all the teen volunteers who tirelessly assisted the library throughout our Summer Reading Program! These young adults helped keep SRP running smoothly in so many ways.

They helped children log game cards, spin the wheel and earn prizes. They played games and made crafts with children in our many programs. They set up movies and cleaned up after science experiments. They also made lasting friendships, ate pizza and had fun!


Bealeton teen volunteers take an ice cream break after helping at the Children’s Grand Finale.

The SRP would not be the same without our teen volunteers…so thanks a million!

If you will be 13 or older next summer, consider joining our teen volunteer crew. You can earn service hours and job skills in a great environment.

∼ Ann McDuffie, Youth Services Librarian, Bealeton branch library

Want to stay informed about books, websites and events for teens and young adult readers? Check out more from Reading Riot.


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