Donald W Reynolds Community Center and Library, proudly serving the entire Bryan county community.
72 adult programs. 798 adults participated in our adult programs, including computer, fitness, and cooking classes.
145 story time programs. 1,520 children participated in after-school story time programs during the school year.
population: 47,995. 113,831 patrons visited the library and used its resources.
The Donald W Reynolds Community Center and Library is bringing the library home to kids. COVID hours: Monday through Friday 9 to 6 and Saturday 10 to 2. Free kids meals from 4 to 6.
1,501 take home story time bags provided June through October.
1,639 free meals to-go June through October.
There will be no in person events at the library through spring 2021.
Programming is also on hold through the spring of 2021. We are planning on gradually offering programming beginning with the Summer Reading Program in June. Sign ups will be in May.
This means no FOL events like the October Book Sale, Dogtober Pawrade & Party, & December Holiday Craft Show.
The FOL will have a quilt to raffle off in November/December so stay tuned for details regarding ticket sales.
The Murder Mystery Dinner Theater in February is also cancelled.
The FOL plan to help with the Summer Reading Program and the Very Hungry Reader Program in June & July.
Build a Healthy Snack Family Challenge
Each family will receive a Healthy & Homemade Cookbook when you complete these three steps by the deadline of Friday, July 24th.
- Together as a family view the YOUTUBE video
Virtual SE District 4-H FCS Skills Days -Fruit & Veggie Art
- As a family create the Caterpillars, Butterflies and Snails healthy snacks as shown on the YOUTUBE video. We have also included the recipe.
- Send a photo of your family creating these healthy snacks by e-mail to email@example.com
For more information, contact Tommie M. James, Family & Consumer Science & 4-H Extension Educator, Bryan County OSU Extension Service at (580) 924-5312 or send message to the e-mail listed above.
Funded by: 4-H Healthy Habits Grant
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