The countywide summer reading program at San Miguel Library, 245 13th St., began Tuesday and will continue through Aug. 1. The program is for both children and adults. Sign up, spend some of your summertime with at least 10 good books and you’ll be eligible for some nifty stuff. Gifts range from a free tote to food coupons to tickets to Legoland. Teens who read 10 books will have a chance to win an iPod Touch. Sign up and get your reading log in person or go online to www.slolibrary.org. Singer/storyteller John Beccia will entertain at the library Thursday at 3 p.m. For information call Librarian Judy at 461-3224 during library hours Tuesday to Thursday.
Lions Club barbecues begin
Friday night is the first San Miguel Lions Club Friday night ribs at the Community Building in the park behind the library, from 4 to 7 p.m. The barbecues will be held each Friday night in June. It is only $12 for a take-out or eat-in dinner. Proceeds go to support their projects as well as giving the cook a night off from the kitchen at the end of a busy week.
Quilt of Valor on display
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The Quilt of Valor, handmade by Native Daughter of the Golden West Barbara Bruce with help from her NDGW sisters, will be displayed at the Native Sons pre-Fathers Day barbecue Sunday at San Miguel Park from noon to 3 p.m. The beautiful and intricate red, white and blue design took many hours to complete. It is destined to be presented to a veteran to show appreciation for defense of our country.