Student cards available at London Public Library


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Sara Studebaker, 11, shows off the first student card handed out at the London Public Library.


Contributed photo | London Public Library

The London Public Library has announced the introduction of student cards for children ages 5-17.

These cards can be obtained by a child without a parent being present. Having a student card will allow the child to check out up to five books and/or audio books at one time. It also allows access to computers and all electronic library content.

No overdue fines are charged to a student card. The cost of one lost or damaged item will be waived per school year.

The card expires in September in the year of the child’s 18th birthday. Stop in the library today to get your student card. The library is located at 20 E. First St. in London.

If you have questions, contact Mary Anne Wood at 740-852-9543 or mwood@mylondonlibrary.org.

Sara Studebaker, 11, shows off the first student card handed out at the London Public Library.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_Londonlibrarystudentcardpiccol.jpgSara Studebaker, 11, shows off the first student card handed out at the London Public Library. Contributed photo | London Public Library

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