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Library holds bookmark design contest


Create your own bookmark with the Webster County Library during the design-a-bookmark contest. The contest kicked off April 1 and the deadline for entries will be May 10. 

"Last year was our first year and it was a pretty good turnout. We were trying to think of a way to get everyone involved and we had a lot of fun doing it," said Erin Baker, of the Webster County Library. "We love that kids and adults can come in and be creative and feel like they're a part of the library. Feel free to create your design here, we'll have copies ready!"

This year's theme is "Adventure Begins at Your Library" and offers all participants a chance to showcase their imagination and creativity when composing their design. 

The contest is separated into five age groups, as follows: 5-7 year olds, 8-10 year olds, 11-13 year olds, 13-17 year olds and adults. 

One winner will be picked from each age group and the winning designs will be printed on full-color bookmarks available to pickup and be distributed at the Webster County Library and at various community events. 

To pick up an entry form, please visit this article online at marshfieldmail.com for a printable PDF. You can also stop by the Webster County Library at 219 W. Jackson Street in Marshfield. For more information, email youth@webstercountylibrary.org or call 417-468-3335. 


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