Grades 4-12. You are invited to earn community service hours while you learn how to play chess by joining an eight-week chess workshop taught by a NSCF master chess instructor on Thursdays, beginning January 4th through March 1st, 2018. Space is limited so make sure you register soon by visiting the library youth services department or by calling Miss Deb at 954-630-4372. A hearty thanks goes out to our sponsors for bringing this fun program to the Library: PNC Bank and The Friends of the Ethel M. Gordon Oakland Park Library Group.
Volunteering at the library is a great way to serve your community, gain work experience, and earn community service hours. Teen volunteers assist the library with shelving, storytime preparation, special events or programs, and more. If you have a passion for reading, then you might want to participate as a Big Reading Buddy and earn community services hours while helping young kids improve their reading skills. If you love libraries, want to make a positive difference in the community, and enjoy working with people and children, then call or visit us to find out more information about the Ethel M. Gordon Oakland Park Library’s teen volunteer program.
For more information please contact Teen Volunteer Coordinator Miss Deb at 954-630-4372.