When you think of the Union Library of Hatboro, what comes to mind?
Hatboro-Horsham School District students have a chance to put pen to paper to craft a motto fitting of the second-oldest library in Pennsylvania as part of a slogan contest in effect through Dec. 12.
“It seemed like a good way to get the community involved,” Librarian Harriet Ehrsam told Patch, adding that the top slogan would become part of the library’s letterhead and would appear on bookmarks.
The contest is open to Hatboro-Horsham School District students in third- through 12th grades. The top winner will receive $50 and two runner ups will win age-appropriate gift certificates, Ehrsam said.
The slogan will be the first-ever for the library, according to Ehrsam.
“We’re just excited to have the kids think about what libraries mean to them,” Ehrsam said. “We’ve had a lot of kids sort of grow up here.”
To get involved
For more information, or to enter the Union Library of Hatboro’s slogan contest, see attached PDF containing the entry form, contest guidelines and more.