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Mount Ida Library Summer program comes to an end

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DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY | Montgomery County News The last day for the Mount Ida Library Summer Program was Mon., July 20. Pictured left to right: (front row) Jordan Carmack, Geoffrey Samons, Serena Gray, Maddison Rowland, Robert Samons, Aspynn Austin, Graison Smith, Paytton Rowland, Penny Sue Samons; (back ro The Montgomery County Library ended a successful six week program on July 20. An ice cream and cookie party was held in celebration. Annie Lee Scott was in charge of the “Every Hero Has a Story” themed program which began on June 8. Local organizations which helped were Montgomery County Sheriffs Office, Lake Ouachita Corps of Engineers, Mount Ida/Southfork Fire Department and Southwest EMS. The 33 children registered for the program were as follows: Aspynn Austin, Ian Badger, Clay Carmack, Jordan Carmack, Mark Carmack, Judy Cook, Destiny Dillion, Alivia Daugherty, Ethan Daugherty, Mikayla Ellison, Serena Gray, Jorgia Herrin, Joseph Rogers, Kassi Lane, Ronnie Lane, Cain McCullough, Eli McCullough, Addie Mayberry, Gracie Qualls, Kendall Qualls, Maddison Rowland, Paytton Rowland, Graison Smith, Geoffrey Samons, Opal Samons, Penelope Samons, Robert Samons, Bracken Scott,Heather Stickley, Shannon Stickley, Jayden Warden, Marissa Van der Meid and Tinzie Williamson. Funding was provided by the Montgomery County Library, Friends of the Library and the Arkansas State Library. Librarian Joann Whisenhunt would like to thank Tracy Roberts for her invaluable help every Monday morning and Judy Cook, Madi Fire and Neil Appleby. w) Mark Carmack, Mikayla Ellison, Ian Badger, Jayden Warden, Bracken Scott, Opal Samons, Marissa Vanderrmeid, Emma Sommerkorn, Kendall Qualls.
DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY | Montgomery County News The last day for the Mount Ida Library Summer Program was Mon., July 20. Pictured left to right: (front row) Jordan Carmack, Geoffrey Samons, Serena Gray, Maddison Rowland, Robert Samons, Aspynn Austin, Graison Smith, Paytton Rowland, Penny Sue Samons; (back ro The Montgomery County Library ended a  successful six week program on July 20. An ice cream and cookie party was held in celebration. Annie Lee Scott was in charge of the “Every Hero Has a Story” themed program which began on June 8. Local organizations which helped were Montgomery County Sheriffs Office, Lake Ouachita Corps of Engineers, Mount Ida/Southfork Fire Department and Southwest EMS. The 33 children registered for the program were as follows:  Aspynn Austin, Ian Badger, Clay Carmack, Jordan Carmack, Mark Carmack, Judy Cook, Destiny Dillion, Alivia Daugherty, Ethan Daugherty, Mikayla Ellison, Serena Gray, Jorgia Herrin, Joseph Rogers, Kassi Lane, Ronnie Lane, Cain McCullough, Eli McCullough, Addie Mayberry, Gracie Qualls, Kendall Qualls, Maddison Rowland, Paytton Rowland, Graison Smith, Geoffrey Samons, Opal Samons, Penelope Samons, Robert Samons, Bracken Scott,Heather Stickley, Shannon Stickley, Jayden Warden, Marissa Van der Meid and  Tinzie Williamson. Funding was provided by the Montgomery County Library, Friends of the Library and the Arkansas State Library. Librarian Joann Whisenhunt would like to thank Tracy Roberts for her invaluable help every Monday morning and Judy Cook, Madi Fire and Neil Appleby. w) Mark Carmack, Mikayla Ellison, Ian Badger, Jayden Warden, Bracken Scott, Opal Samons, Marissa Vanderrmeid, Emma Sommerkorn, Kendall Qualls.
DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY | Montgomery County News
The last day for the Mount Ida Library Summer Program was Mon., July 20. Pictured left to right: (front row) Jordan Carmack, Geoffrey Samons, Serena Gray, Maddison Rowland, Robert Samons, Aspynn Austin, Graison Smith, Paytton Rowland, Penny Sue Samons; (back row) Mark Carmack, Mikayla Ellison, Ian Badger, Jayden Warden, Bracken Scott, Opal Samons, Marissa Vanderrmeid, Emma Sommerkorn, Kendall Qualls.

The Montgomery County Library ended a  successful six week program on July 20. An ice cream and cookie party was held in celebration. Annie Lee Scott was in charge of the “Every Hero Has a Story” themed program which began on June 8. Local organizations which helped were Montgomery County Sheriffs Office, Lake Ouachita Corps of Engineers, Mount Ida/Southfork Fire Department and Southwest EMS.
The 33 children registered for the program were as follows:  Aspynn Austin, Ian Badger, Clay Carmack, Jordan Carmack, Mark Carmack, Judy Cook, Destiny Dillion, Alivia Daugherty, Ethan Daugherty, Mikayla Ellison, Serena Gray, Jorgia Herrin, Joseph Rogers, Kassi Lane, Ronnie Lane, Cain McCullough, Eli McCullough, Addie Mayberry, Gracie Qualls, Kendall Qualls, Maddison Rowland, Paytton Rowland, Graison Smith, Geoffrey Samons, Opal Samons, Penelope Samons, Robert Samons, Bracken Scott,Heather Stickley, Shannon Stickley, Jayden Warden, Marissa Van der Meid and  Tinzie Williamson.
Funding was provided by the Montgomery County Library, Friends of the Library and the Arkansas State Library.
Librarian Joann Whisenhunt would like to thank Tracy Roberts for her invaluable help every Monday morning and Judy Cook, Madi Fire and Neil Appleby.

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