Friday, June 26, 2009

Wells Family Band...The Fans



Fans and more


enjoy the Wells Family Band!!
thank you
Wells Family Band
we love you!!!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Joy Vaughn's Magestic Moment

Nancy Wigmore presents Joy Vaughn with the Magestic Moment
award for her service to the children and parents who
use the resources of the Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield.
Thank you Joy!

Joy shows the children some of the creative flower arrangements
that she has made. Joy has a gift of creativity.

Joy shows a bow that she made just
before the program.

Joy, thank you for all you do for us
and thank you for sharing your

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Wells Family Band

Eden, Jade, Debi and Sara Wells

Debi Wells shows the children the heavy weight
of a banjo.

Phillip Bishop the Bass Player
for the Wells Family Band talks
about his instruments.

The Wells Family Band

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Wells Family Band

Debi Wells along with daughters Eden, Jade and Sara
and bass player Phillip Bishop presented a wonderful
program of their music to children and parents
at the "Be Creative @ Your Library" event
at the Public Library of Johnston County and

Debi Wells allows children to experience the heavy
weight of the banjo by briefly resting the banjo in
their hands. Debi and family are great teachers. The
musical experience was not just entertainment it
was learning in a fun way.

Sara Wells smiles along with some fans in the
library during the visit of Grandma from Charlotte, NC.

Eden encourages this young fan who might
one day want to play bass with the Wells Family Band.

Phillip Bishop was a big hit with the young fans.

Rebekah is Being Creative

Rebekah Guy's artwork (drawing) was recently featured
in the News and Observer.
Congratulations Rebekah, thanks for
sharing your talent.

Hope many more young artists will share their work this Summer
at the Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield.
Be sure to pop into the Library and ask the folks at
the Children's Desk about our Summer Reading Art Exhibition.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Triangle East

Nick Zulovich on recent visit to the
Children's Department.
Welcome Nick.

Book Donation to Children's Department

Linda Collier donated the book Blackbeard's Treasure by Kathleen Thomas.
The author is a member of Mrs. Colliers family and 2 of her grandchildren
are pictured on the cover of the book.
Thank you Linda Collier.

Baby's First Visit to the Library

Summer a long time Library fan and reader brings baby brother to the Library.

Chance, Summer and Grandma

Chance visits the Library with big sister Summer and receives a friendly
welcome from Margo George.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Going Green at the Library

Professional Window Tinting of Selma
applies a film to the windows that will add
insulation value to the windows and block out harmful UV rays.

There will be an immediate difference of 10 to 15 degrees of temperature
because of the reflective properties of the film.

David Poste says that the birds that sit and eat seeds from the plants
near the window will not be able to see inside so they will
not fly away if someone walks near to watch the birds.

They provide Residential and Commerical window tinting services.