Teens Could Win $275 to Promote Reading

Shoot a short movie encouraging reading at the Millbrae Library.

Any teen, 13-18, can win $275 for creating a video that promotes summer reading at the .

To enter, an individual or a team must shoot a 30 to 90 second video that encourages teens to read and use libraries this summer. The video will be judged on creativity, message clarity, motivation and overall impact. 

Participants must submit videos by Feb. 22, and winners will be announced in April.

In addition to the winner receiving $275, the Millbrae Library will receive an award and $150 in prizes. The contest is part of the Collaborative Summer Library Program, of which the Millbrae Library is a member. 

For more information on how to enter, click here.

Pretty Asian... January 13, 2012 at 04:38 AM
it's frustrating to know that so many kids nowadays waste time on on-line computer gamingsss. my parents inculcated in me the love of reading.. the traditional way by subscribing National Geographic and Reader's Digest, by reading daily news, and by going to the library. Reading takes us back to history, allows us to travel all over the world, and immortalizes the author(s) as we commune to his (their) book(s). Reading is the best form of mental exercise and it combats Alzheimer's disease! :-)


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