Happy Faces at Today’s Wyoming Reads Celebration Home Uncategorized Happy Faces at Today’s Wyoming Reads Celebration FacebookTwitterPinterestemail May 17, 2016UncategorizedSusan Libraries around the state celebrated Wyoming Reads today. Here’s a few photos that Natrona County Public Library and Laramie County Library System shared with us. Natrona County Public Library, Casper After enjoying a performance at the Nic and meeting First Lady Carol Mead, Natrona County first-graders head to the library for Storytime. Many buses lined up in the library parking lot. First-graders checking out their ‘We Read’ sunglasses. We Read is a community-wide initiative to promote and support literacy and reading by encouraging everyone to read 20 minutes a day. Lisa Scroggins, Natrona County Library Director, reads to a group. Bob Hopkins, City of Casper Councilmember, shares a book with first-graders. Laramie County Library System, Cheyenne Children walking from LCLS to Civic Center for the ‘Good Queen Sue” play. LCLS Youth and Outreach Services Staff member Judy Norris explains the Summer Reading Celebration reading card, while two exercise “monsters” elicit excitement. Dorrie Jones, LCLS Volunteer, reads while Aaron Summers, Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, masquerades as the Cat in the Hat. CFD Rodeo Queens Jonna Brown and Rylee Anderson reading together. The Wyoming State Library’s Thomas Ivie and Angela Wolff reading to a group.