Mission bookmark winners recognized

The local library has released the names of the winners and honourable mentions in the contest

Here are the winners of the FVRL bookmark contest.

Mission Community Library has announced the winners of the bookmark contest.

“We received some wonderful entries this year,” says Mission librarian Diana Marshall. “Drawings of friends reading together, bookmobiles, bookworms, and even rhymes to encourage reading. It’s clear the kids in this community love their library, and understand the power of reading.”

Winners in each category will receive a $20 gift card to Black Bond Books. All honourable mentions and winners will also receive a certificate and a free book.

Winners: Jolie Gage, Adam Ketelaar, Keegan Heaven, Veronica Wertman, Leonie Uriel

 

Honorable mentions: Ishman Dhaliwal, Quinn McCormick, Elara Ketelaar, Sanne Heaven, Erin Proch, Tearyn Heaven.

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