Halloween Storytime 2022
Teen Advisory Board member, Jackson Noble got very creative with some of her glow creations at the BCPL's glow-in-the-dark table.
Teen Advisory Board members, Alec Zierer, Kirsten Spicer, Shy-Ann Little and Ty Clemons were ready to kick off the Jack-O-Lantern Jamboree. Each TAB member worked four different stations throughout the night, by assisting children in and out of bouncy houses, etc., passing out Halloween candy and toys, or working in one of the many carnival game booths available.
On Saturday, October 22, 2022, some of the Teen Advisory Board members got dressed up and came to Halloween Storytime to take pictures with the kids in attendance, to give out candy, and help in any way possible. We had 12 members in attendance that day, and they were greatly appreciated by the Library staff and greatly enjoyed by the participants.
The Breathitt County Library Teen Advisory Board not only worked hard during the Jamboree, they also played hard. Enjoy these photos of some of our amazing TAB members.
Teen Advisory Board members, Brooklyn Burden, Aaron Stallard, and Autumn Dalton ready to welcome our tiniest of Jamboree participants to the Mickey Mouse Bounce House. This particular bouncy house was just for children ages 4 and under.
The Breathitt County Public Library is proud to introduce our Teen Advisory Board!
The board is made up of teenagers from across the county from different schools and different walks of life. From paint colors to upcoming programs and even titles to add to our collection, the teen advisory board is helping shape the library into a more inviting space for young people.
We opened our board to any teen in Breathitt County regardless of where they went to school, their gender, or race.
We only had three requirements. You must be between the ages of 13 - 18, you must live in Breathitt County and you must want to make an impact on your community by helping the largest FREE services facility in the county.
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