Teen Summer Reading is right around the corner!

Be on the lookout for more information soon!


Art Contest Update:

County libraries announce winner of Teen Art Contest

The Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) are thrilled to announce that Damascus resident Katie Sherman, 14, is the winner of their first annual Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest. Her piece exemplified the theme of “Wellness, Fitness, and Sports.”

In addition to winning a $100 cash gift card, Sherman’s original artwork will be featured in LINCC Teen Summer Reading program materials such as posters, fliers and social media posts.

“We had a great team of judges made up of librarians and teens from library teen advisory boards across the county” said Monica Smith, librarian at the Sandy Public Library. “It was challenging to choose a winner from the 44 great entries, but after careful deliberation, we chose Katie’s creative and striking entry.”

A copy of the winning entry is attached to this release.

There were also two honorable mentions selected: Hailey Cox of Happy Valley, and Erin Karl of Boring. Each will receive a $20 cash gift card.

For more information about any of the 13 LINCC locations, including programs for kids, teens, and adults, please visit the LINCC website. Getting a library card is easy; sign up at your local LINCC library today.


 Teen Art Contest

LINCC 2016 Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest

Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) is holding a contest to create art for the 2016 Teen Summer Reading Program.
Artwork and entry form can be submitted between Saturday, January 2, 2016 and Saturday, February 13, 2016 to the Estacada Library.

Guidelines:
● Artwork must represent the Teen Summer Reading theme (Wellness, Fitness and Sports) and slogan (Get in the Game: Read) in imagery only.
Don’t include words in the design or art.
● Design must be on 8 1⁄2” x 11” paper.
● Designs must be the original work of the entrant.
● Designs should be in color.
● Computer-generated images may be used, but all components must be completely original. You may not use any copied images.
● Limit two (2) entries per contestant.

The winning design will be used for all countywide 2016 LINCC Teen Summer Reading program materials, such as posters, forms, flyers, etc.

The winner will also receive a $100 cash gift card. Pick up an entry form at Estacada Library or call at 503-630-8273 for more information.