I will continue to strive to get this support from our city and county governments so that we can realize the dream that Mrs. Ritchie and many other of our citizens had in 1979 to have a library that would grow in its services to the people," stated Mrs. Joslin. "The grant pays for the automation system which is used for cataloguing, circulations, and delivery of these programs for the next 5 years at a cost of over $8,000, none of which comes from local funds. In addition to the above changes at the library, the summer staff has also been providing activities for kindergarten and up and younger, if accompanied by an adult. Every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. is craft time. These activities have been well attended so far. Children have done crafts led by Mrs. Baugh, summer reading director who has a Poem Day, a Scrapbooking Day, and possibly a Sewing Day in the plans. Approximately 10-15 attended the first Craft Day making pictures of parrots from their hand prints and planting flowers and vegetables in their very own "planters." The Paint the Sidewalk Day had to be postponed due to the wonderful rain we received. Every Friday at 2 p.m., the summer youth volunteers have been showing movies complete with popcorn and a drink. So far this month 20 to 30 young children have shown up to see The Lorax and Puss and Boots. On July 26, they wll be showing the classic Steven Spielburg film The Goonies. The young and young at heart are invited to join the library staff for this oldie, but goodie.