THE GREAT MEMBER HUNT CONTEST AT YOUR LIBRARY
Article published on 25 September 2019
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THE GREAT MEMBER HUNT CONTEST AT YOUR LIBRARY

The Réseau BIBLIO de l’Outaouais is organising a contest for its members to salute the arrival of fall. As part of the month “In October, we book!” from October 1 to 31, every time members visit their library, they will receive a contest entry coupon. To enter the contest, they will have to fill out the coupon and drop it into the box provided for this purpose. The draw will be held on November 18, 2019 at the head office of the Réseau BIBLIO de l’Outaouais; winners will be selected by a random draw from all the coupons received at Réseau member libraries.

Participants could win one of the following three wonderful prizes:

First regional prize: one Samsung Galaxy Tablet Tab S3;
Second regional prize: one 64 GB iPod Touch;
Third regional prize: one Kobo Aura H2O eReader.

The Réseau BIBLIO de l’Outaouais is a not-for-profit organisation. With the support of its administrators, staff and dedicated volunteers, it has – for over 55 years – endeavoured to create and support neighbourhood library services so as to promote culture in every community in the greater interest of residents.

For more information, ask at your library or visit www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca.

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