Late-Night Library Tradition Continues

Library manager Ms. Donna Moroni continued her Late-Night Library tradition this past weekend with students staying until the wee hours reading, helping, and socializing.
“Every year I invite my library co-captains and others interested in volunteering in the library to a late-night sleepover,” explained Moroni. “This year, the students had a great time reading, talking about books they have read, even wrapping and putting new books on shelves.”

This year’s co-captains Sloan Berry ’21 and Sam Richey '22 also taught students how to check in books, and though she couldn’t attend the event, Hannah Summerlin '21 was instrumental in organizing it.

All participants received a goodie bag with items to encourage their reading.
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