Fizz Boom Save

The Oregon College Savings Plan "Fizz, Boom, Save!" Summer Reading contest is over for this year. We would like to thank everyone who entered. Over 5400 entries were received! We will be awarding 15 $529 accounts state wide plus $7500 in cash awards to public libraries.

Here is the list of winning libraries:

Flora M Laird Library, Myrtle Point
Saint Helens Library
Shute Park Library, Beaverton
Fern Ridge Library, Veneta
McMinnville Library
Hoodland Library, Welches
Philomath Library
Wilsonville LIbrary
Salem Library
Crook County Library, Prineville
Albany Main Library
East Bend Library, Bend
Wasco County Library, The Dalles
Hollywood Library, Portland
Seaside Library

We look forward to doing this again next year...... so keep reading!

Here Are Some Great Ideas for Books to Read This Summer

Birth to Five

Elementary

Middle and High School

These are diverse booklists that recognize individuals develop reading skills at their own rate and that all reader have diverse interests and values. Adults should help children and teens select books from these lists that are at their reading level, of interest to them, and reflect their own family values. All titles on these lists include a short synopsis to help adults and their young readers make informed book choices together.

Try These Links for More Reading Ideas

GOOD LUCK AND HAVE A HAPPY SUMMER...READING!

 

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Entries must be postmarked by August 23, 2014, and received by August 30, 2014. Visit OregonCollegeSavings.com for official rules and prize details. Sponsored by the Oregon College Savings Plan. Consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing in the Oregon College Savings Plan. Please visit OregonCollegeSavings.com to obtain a Plan Disclosure Booklet containing this and more information. Read it carefully. Investments in the Plan are neither insured nor guaranteed and there is the risk of investment loss. TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing Inc., Plan Manager. C9787D

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