EAGLE'S BOOKMOBILE TO VISIT GLASSBORO BRANCH OF THE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM
(Glassboro, NJ) - The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders announced that the Philadelphia Eagles Bookmobile will visit the Glassboro branch of the Gloucester County Library System on Thursday, August 25th at 1:30pm.
The Eagles Bookmobile is a 24 foot-long Eagle's decorated vehicle that travels to schools, libraries, camps and recreation centers during the summer. The Eagles "Storybook Man" will read to children ages 5-12 and provide each with a new book.
"We are all excited that the Eagles Bookmobile will visit us again this year," said Freeholder Director Sweeney. "The bookmobile is a wonderful way to keep our kids interested in reading and learning, especially as we are getting new the start of school." Sweeney said, "This is will be a fun time and I hope parents take advantage of having a little bit of the Eagles in our neighborhood and bring their kids out for a new experience."
Freeholder Bill Krebs, liaison to the Gloucester County Library System said, "Our library system offers many programs for our children and is a great resource in our community. We are fortunate to live in a region where we have so many teams, players and organizations that get involved with our kids and participate with our libraries," Krebs said.
Click Here for link to the Eagle's bookmobile site.