07/30/12 The Plymouth Public Library Summer Reading Program was completed on Wednesday, July 18, 2012. The staff in the Children’s Room are very proud of the 523 Infant through Fifth Grade children enrolled in the program. On Thursday, July 26, the 202 children that completed the program were awarded with a special Certificate of Achievement from the Mayor’s Office. Mayor Mark Senter presented the certificates. Prizes awarded in the various categories included: books and troll dolls.
The 83 readers that read 100 books in the Infant through Preschool program were:
Joshua Bachtel, Andrew Baker, Benjamin Beery, Nevaeh Beindorf, Raghav Bhatnagar, Jenna Blake, Aiden Blalock, Kaydon Cook, Maddie Danforth, Maia Danforth, Bella DiGia, Brooke Edison, Lance Edison, Ella Edison, Emma Fick, Addison Fick, Carter Filson, Darla Freeman, Katie Fritz, Teal Fritz, Sophia Funk, Carson Gamble, Zoe Gonzalez, Samya Gray, Jacob Greer, Allison Grobe, Lila Hanyzewski, Mia Hartley, Jack Hartley, Maylin Heathco, Aaron Herrera, Isaak Hutchinson, Levi Hutchinson, Preston Jessen, Makenzie Klavohn, Makenna Klavohn, Hannah Kresser, Zakary Kresser, Aiden Kuchel, Marisa Langfeldt, Caden Large, Colton Large, Camden Large, Sophie MacWilliams, Kenny Martin, Reygan Meads, Estela Mendez, Ava Miller, Chance Miller, Maclean Miller, Jordon Nethercutt, Kali Newcomb, Jayla Nguyen, Brian Ochoa, Mercedes Olvera, Madison Orr, Audrey Orr, Anthony Padilla, Reese Palmateer, Noah Palmateer, Olivia Parkerson, Natalia Pittman, Isaiah Pletcher, Matthew Rensberger, Sarah Rensberger, Halo Resendez, Gunner Resendez, Kyle Rumpler, Nick Satorius, Jonathon Schramm, Kendall Schuh, Luke Sellers, Scianna Sellers, Reed Selner, Grace Snyder, Nathan Stiles, Raegan Stone, Jade Trika, Jelena Trika, Joselyn Vargas, Carl Walters, Olivia Warner, and Olivia Wringer.
The 52 readers that read 75 books in the Kindergarten through First Grade program were:
Tatum Atkins, Makayla Batta, Daniel Beers, Timothy Beers, Anne Blake, Madeline Borden, Chandler Chavez, AJ Cooper, Mila Cramer, Aurura Davis, Lauren Edison, Dalton Freeman, Mya Fulk, Connor Gal, James Greer, Miles Hanyzewski, Camryn Haskins, Carter Heathco, Anya Hebner, Tessa Hutchinson, Esme’ Kenney, Alivia Kizer, Mikayla Klavohn, Morgan Langfeldt, Andrew Large, Helen MacWilliams, Makayla Malloy, Reegan Malloy, Max Marohn, Ashley Nester, Jessica Nester, Jack Newcomb, Emmaleigh Orlowski, Lucy Padilla, Drew Parkerson, Jesus Quintana, Britney Ramirez, Cassidy Riddle, Nicole Satorius, Ellianna Schaller, Gabe Soike, Ian Soike, Emily Stiles, Jack Stone, Alicia Teutle, Caileigh Tharpe, Julianna Trika, Jaxson Warner, Chloe Weldon, Kiara White, Amro Yasin, and Jorryn Zellers.
The 43 readers that read 40 books in the Second and Third Grade program were:
Nadia Baca, Luke Beers, Rachel Beers, O’ceanna Beindorf, Ashton Blalock, Ella Bottorff, Angel Carmona, Kennedy Chavez, Kylee Colindres, Grace Cooper, Vandalyn Daniels, Logan Faulstich, Nathan Filson, Izabell Freeman, Marlon Garcia, Pierce Haskins, Ariel Herrera, Enzo Kain, Jacob Kowatch, Brenna Large, Connor Large, Dawson Lips, Claudia Marohn, Grayson Meadows, Giovanni Mendez, Olivia Newcomb, Jason Nguyen, Calli Peregrine, Isabel Ramirez, Alexis Rose, Lauren Rumpler, Anna Satorius, Elijah Schramm, Summer South, Kyra Tharpe, Angeles Vargas, Dulce Vargas, Josh Vargas, Kendalle Verkler, Regan Watkins, Lindsey Weldon, Makayla Wilson, and Perla Zanabria.
The 24 readers that read 20 books in the Fourth and Fifth Grade program were:
Jessieca Bala, Julia Beers, Hailey Bottorff, Hannah Cooper, Antony Hernandez, Levi Johnson, Jolie Koontz, Korey Kopetski, Brayson Leazenby, Julia Marohn, Shannon Master, Daniel Mendez, Elizabeth Mendez, Sydney Morrow, Adreonna Penrod, Bryan Ramirez, Mary Rice, Cameron Riddle, Madison Rose, Rosemary Szalay, Raquel Teutle, Lily Wallace, Hamza Yasin, and Samantha Zechiel.
The Plymouth Public wishes to congratulate everyone that was in the summer reading program. They did an outstanding job. They also wish to extend a special thank you to the Friends of the Library for sponsoring the program, which greatly contributed to its outstanding success.