The winners of our Teen Summer Reading Prizes are as follows: Edward Fields won the Twilight Saga, Jesse Bradford won the Books-A-Million gift certificate, and Haley Perry won the portable DVD player. Congratulations to these avid readers! Thanks to all the teens who participated.

The library is having a fine free period from August 1 through August 15 to help kids get in good standing for the new school year. Anyone who has outstanding overdue fines can call and have them erased. Any overdue materials returned during this time will not be charged a fee.

During the month of August, we are offering some special programs for adults. These Tuesday evening classes will be held from 4:00-5:00 pm: August 4-Job Search on the Internet, August 11-Beginner’s buying on eBay, August 18-Beginner’s Selling on eBay, and August 25-How to use a Flash Drive. You do not have to register for these programs.

We are also offering beginner’s email classes in August. These will be held on Wednesday mornings from 9:00-10:00. You must register for these classes. Stop by the library, or call us at 968-3239.

Preschool Story Time will be starting back early this year in keeping with the public school’s schedule. There will be an organizational meeting on August 11 at 10 am. Our current Story Time Director, Jennifer Franklin, will not be able to be in charge of the programs this year. If you are willing to assist in helping with Preschool Story Time, we need you at the August 11 meeting.

Mrs. Ruth Hardin has donated a copy of the book “The Only Guide to Alternative Investments You’ll Ever Need” to the library. Her grandson, Jared Kizer, is the co-author. The book is donated in memory of Tom Frank Hardin and James Paley Kizer, Sr.

The Henderson County Folk Festival gave away a country ham on June 1. The winner was Kenneth Smith.