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2017 Sequoyah Book Awards Competition

2017 Sequoyah Book Awards Competition Believe it or not, this Oklahoma Library Association reading competition is in its 59th year! The Sequoyah Book Awards program is the third-oldest youth-choice literary award in the nation. Sequoyah encourages Oklahoma students to read books of literary quality. OLA’s Sequoyah Reading Teams release masterlists of titles for each annual…

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Letters About Literature

The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, in cooperation with Affiliate State Centers for the Book, invites readers in grades 4 through 12 to enter Letters About Literature, a national reading-writing contest. For rules and more information click here: lal16-guidelines Original article can be found at the (ODL) Oklahoma Department of Libraries.  The…

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Anadarko Beautification Project

  Just one community beautification project, such as the Buffalo or new park benches, generates positive publicity for Anadarko. You want your community to be looking good, don’t you? A pleasant community appearance adds to home values, helps attract business investment, and just improves the neighborhood reputation. Research shows that beauty is one of the top three…

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