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Welcome to the Kenton County Public Library Blog. I promise this won’t be boring and is totally worth the read. We will update the blog every Tuesday with posts about library materials and its services and relevant topics to the community. The posts will include topics on children’s, teens, adults, history and genealogy, outreach and more. Several of your favorite staff members will contribute to the blog.

We will also have fun contests and giveaways. In fact, let’s have one now. I have a cool Kenton County Public Library tote bag filled with goodies, including four tickets to the Cincinnati Museum Center (donated). Ways you can win:

1. Leave a comment here letting us know what you would like us to write about (required).

2. Become a fan of the Kenton County Public Library on Facebook and comment here that you did:

3. Tell a friend about our blog through Twitter or Facebook and comment here that you did.

4. Subscribe to our blog.

You must do # 1 to be entered. Doing #2-4 will earn you extra chances to win. Enter to win by Monday, Oct. 1 at noon. Be sure to include your email address.

Good luck!

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  1. Jessica January 29, 2013 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    I liked the page on Face book and I subscribed to the blog:)

    • Eden January 31, 2013 at 9:36 am - Reply

      Great, we’re glad to have you!

  2. Jessica January 29, 2013 at 9:12 pm - Reply

    I would like to hear more about the outreaches the library does and some of the programs it supports like project linus and scarf it up:0

    • Eden January 31, 2013 at 9:33 am - Reply

      Thanks for your interest in library programs! Were you interested in getting more information about Scarf it Up, the program offered at Durr, or the Scarf it Up donations we take every winter? You can find information about the monthly program here.
      If you’re looking for information about Project Linus just click on this link to view the program on our website; you can even register for it there!
      What other projects and programs were you interested in? Have you attended these kinds of library programs before?

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