TTT (Twice Told Tales) Books @ really reasonable cost.

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Twice Told Tales will be open Saturday, May 26, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The used book store is at 765 South Main, Scottsburg.

     Bring a child or youth to the store to take advantage of BUY A BOOK – GET ONE (of like kind) FREE. This special will be for all sale days this summer: May 26; June 8, 9, 23; July 13, 14, 28; and August 10, 11, 25
     Adults will continue to find new selections and specials every sale day.  
     The Friends of the Library wishes to thank The Giveaway for their years of support to the readers of Scott County through the Scott Co Library and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Twice Told Tales (TTT)

Friends of the library

Twice Told Tales will be open Friday, August 11, and Saturday, August 12, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.
The used book store is at 765 South Main, Scottsburg.
     August is the last month for the summer special, Buy 2 Get 1 FREE, and all books qualify forthe reduced pricing.  Of notable interest are:
     ** Cookbooks – many new choices
     ** Janet Evanovich – very good selection of the # books
     ** Fantasy, SciFi – expanded section, several series’ books
     ** Front room – all new-to-the-store books
     ** Hardback fiction – best selection of newer books since opening the store!
     Twice Told Tales is operated by Friends of the Library with all proceeds supporting the readers of
Scott County.  

Twice Told Tales (TTT)

Friends of the library

Twice Told Tales will be open Friday, August 11, and Saturday, August 12, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.
The used book store is at 765 South Main, Scottsburg.
     August is the last month for the summer special, Buy 2 Get 1 FREE, and all books qualify forthe reduced pricing.  Of notable interest are:
     ** Cookbooks – many new choices
     ** Janet Evanovich – very good selection of the # books
     ** Fantasy, SciFi – expanded section, several series’ books
     ** Front room – all new-to-the-store books
     ** Hardback fiction – best selection of newer books since opening the store!
     Twice Told Tales is operated by Friends of the Library with all proceeds supporting the readers of
Scott County.  

Twice Told Tales (TTT) Book Store

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Twice Told Tales will be open Saturday, July 22, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.  The used book store is at 765 South Main, Scottsburg.
     Many donations have resulted in new-to-the-store books throughout the store.  The front room has large-print books on display including WESTERNS! Only the earliest cowboy will “round-up” this shelf-full!  Super sleuths need to check out the mysteries…new titles are lurking.  For the gentle-natured,  there’s inspirational romance by your favorite authors.
     Also of interest are a complete set of paperback HARRY POTTERS, a complete set of Kate Elliott’s CROWN OF STARS series, and the first nine books of Jacqueline Winspear’s MAISIE DOBBS series.
 
Don’t forget……buy 2 books and get 1 free!
Twice Told Tales is operated by Friends of the Library with all proceeds benefiting the Scott Co Library and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

The Lexington Elementary School K-Kids

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The Lexington Elementary School K-Kids were chartered in a ceremony held at Lexington ES in front of parents, school leaders and community leadersThe LES K-Kids are the second K-Kids Club to be chartered in Scott County with the only other one being at VFESKiwanis member Chris Wakeman presented the club banner and gavel to LES K-Kids President Raeann Baker.  Key Club Scenic Hills Division Lt Governor Jesse Mays from Scottsburg High School installed the officers.  Bella Cox was installed as Vice President, Katie Montgomery was installed as Secretary, Kendra Shuler was installed as Treasurer and Leah South, Ashia Alcorn, Rebecca Roll, Lillian Doyle and Natasha Williams were installed as Directors.  K-Kids is a student led club for 4th and 5th graders to learn leadership skills through community service.  These students raised over $460 this year for Big Brothers Big Sisters in the Scott County Bowl For Kids Sake, made chalk boxes for 2nd graders at LES, made flash cards for Kindergarten students at LES and worked on welcome packets for new students.  Lee Anna Willett is the Faculty Advisor and Al Riggle and Monte Roth are the Kiwanis Advisors.  Twenty students were inducted as Charter Members.  They are Katie Montgomery, Ally Hanger, Eleanor Morris, Kendra Shuler, Leah South, Addy Dulaney, Bailee Bush, Kayleigh Turner, Dominik French, Leah Shuler, Raeann Baker, Bella Cox, Lillian Doyle, Hannah Tatlock, Ashia Alcorn, Natasha Williams, Rebecca Roll, Kora Johns, Hitomi Roll and Heaven PfeifferK-Kids are part of the Kiwanis Family of Clubs in the Service Leadership Program.  The Kiwanis Club, SHS Key Club and LES provided refreshmentsLee Anna Willett was awarded the Kiwanis Starfish Award for making a difference for kids in Scott County
 
Picture #1:  Mrs Lee Anna Willett, President Raeann Baker and Vice President Bella Cox inducting charter members (Leah South) in the K-Kids Club.
Picture #2:  Al Riggle presenting Lee Anna Willett the Starfish Award for Making a Difference for kids in Scott County.
Picture #3:  Students, teachers, parents and community leaders attending the ceremony.
Picture #4:  The LES K-Kids charter members.
Picture #5:  Kiwanis member Chris Wakeman presenting the K-Kids Club Banner and gavel to  President Raeann Baker.
Picture #6:  Key Club Scenic Hills Division Lt Governor Jesse Mays (SHS Key Club) installing the LES K-Kids officers and board.