MEDAL WINNERS Children at in the Summerland library branch’s Summer Reading Club received medals for their efforts. Pictured in alphabetical order are Beatrice Albas, Everly Albas, Eva Ames, Jude Austin, Andrea Barth, Jared Barth, Ilo Bienz, Lochlan Collinson, Arjin Curry, Hayden Dickinson, Maddox Dickinson, Alex Eversham, Sam Eversham, Kiera Fleming, Bea Fletcher, Isla Fletcher, Kirrin Ginther, Lars Goodman, Shelby Guenther, Charlotte Irving, Emily Jell, Katie Jell, Sophie Jell, Breeghan Johnson, Jaedyn Johnson, Rhian Johnson, Safiya Johnson, Xander Johnson, Malcolm Jonson, Maria Jonson, Mitchell Jonson, Blake Karlson, Chase Knowlton, Finley Knowlton, Alex Kugi, Thomas Kugi, Bailin Lynch, Osver Lynch, Pressly Marsh, Abby Mayhew, Amish McCallum, Jaia McCallum, Tobias Mengr, Finna Mix, Isaac Parke, Spencer Parke, Ava Pickell, Lily P.S., Arwynn Richert, Hayden Richert, Evelyn Roberts, Isabelle Roberts, Silas Rodgers, Fhayton Rotar, Hope Rotar, Cameron Scheepers, Charlotte Scheepers, Caitlin Scullard, Garret Shadick, Haley Shadick, Bianca Stam, Daphne Stam, Kira Vancha, Elowyn Webster, Ivy Webster, Brayden Wertz, Clark Wiebe, Jack Wiebe, Jeremy Wiebe, Violet Wiebe and Chloe Young. Also pictured are Miss Summerland Sage Beddome, Summerland Princess Verity Taylor, Regional Vice President of CUPE 900 Carmen Sullivan and Assistant Community Librarian Kayley Robb. Missing from picture are medal recipients Aboud Alabdulrahman, Bisan Alabdulrahman, Mohammed Alabdulrahman, Sophie Lyn Alexander, Brinley Brown, Tavis Carpenter Leo Dollevoet, Tanner Dollevoet, Izzie Evans, Sadie Gay, Adero Gonzalez, Demico Gonzalez, Marquez Gonzalez, Carter Hickson, Chevy Hickson, Taylor Hickson, Alicia Jell, Ciaran Jensen, Taidhg Jensen, Kai Kentel Sohana Klar, Aidan Meadow, Lachlan Meadow, Maverick Mraz, Paige Mraz, Amanda Muzzerall, Daniella Muzzerall, Brooklyn Riep, Colten Riep, Payton Riep, Helena Stohler, Nicola Stohler, Elizabeth van der Vyver, Danica Yeoman and Kendra Yeoman. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Summerland library presents medals to young readers

Branch offered annual Summer Reading Club for children

Young readers received medals for their progress in the library’s Summer Reading Club.

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This year, a total of 329 children signed up for the Summer Reading Club through the Summerland branch of the Okanagan Regional Library.

Of these, 108 earned reading medals.

The medals were presented at a ceremony at the library on the evening of Aug. 27. Medals were provided by CUPE B.C.

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