Monday, October 08, 2012
Names Have Been Drawn for Prizes in the Name the Banned Book Contest...(drum roll, please)
Gift membership to the Friends of the Birmingham Public Library - Linda (please e-mail your full name and address to email@example.com. Your membership will be mailed to you.)
$15 gift certificate to the Friends Bookstore - Marliese Thomas
$5 gift certificate to the Friends Bookstore - Talandria Nation, Shelly, Kathleen Willis
The following participants have won library tote bags. There are ten black "Between the Covers" bags and eight green "Friends of the Birmingham Public Library" bags. First come first served on the choice of tote bags.
Woman of Amber
Thanks to all who played BPL's Banned Books contest. All prizes (with the exception of the Friends gift membership) may be picked up at the Central Library/PR Department/4th floor/Linn-Henley building. In order for a prize to be claimed, we must have your full name. If applicable, please e-mail your Blogger user name/full name to firstname.lastname@example.org. Prizes will be available for pick up starting Wednesday, October 10. PR Department hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
A big THANKS to the Friends of the Birmingham Public Library for donating prizes for the Named the Banned Book Contest. If you've never visited the Friends Bookstore, take a virtual tour to see what you've been missing. It really is a primo bookstore.
By Tressa at October 08, 2012
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