Teens @ the Library
What's a YAAC?

The Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) is a group of teenage volunteers representing Springdale's middle, junior high, and senior high schools. They hold meetings once a month to review books and movies for their Facebook and Tumblr pages and to plan special activities.

YAAC Activities include: participation in community service projects, supporting the Library at public events as such during National Library Week and the annual holiday reception, and assisting in the Library Summer Reading Program. It's free. It's fun. And, yes (Mom & Dad), it's educational! (Plus, it looks great on a resume or a college application!)

You can become a YAAC, if you are:
  • Between the ages of 12-18
  • Human or Time Lord
  • Muggle, witch, or wizard
  • From any District, including 13
  • Tall enough to reach standard book shelves
  • Of undetermined weight, but generally considered to be a "heavy" reader
  • Known to frequent libraries, bookstores, and paperback racks of local emporiums
  • Suffering from a reading addiction, and usually have one or two books with you at all times
  • Guilty of ever reading by flashlight under covers at night when you are supposed to be asleep
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Last updated October 15, 2014