1st Annual Hot Chicks and Smart Men Dig Reading Summer Reading Program

Thursday, September 8, 2011
Well, the First Annual Hot Chicks and Smart Men Dig Reading Summer Reading Program is over, and the response has been great!

During the time frame (June 21 - September 6), you all read 158 books, and I read 24 books. That ends up translating into a $220.00 contribution to the Douglas County Library Foundation, which has already been made. Go, us!

But wait - there's MORE. It turns out that the Gay and Lesbian Fund for Colorado is currently matching new contributions to the Douglas County Library for the purpose of supporting the development of mobile computer labs to supplement technology resources available to library patrons. So the contribution is actually $440.00! We rock!

But wait - there's MORE! Filelalaine has agreed to match my donation to the DCL to her local library in Studio City, so the total library donation is actually $660.00! We rule!

And now, as promised, here are the winners of the $25.00 Amazon Gift Cards:
  • With a random number of 90, Debby read The Confession by John Grishom.
  • With a random number of 6, ExpatMom read Where Shadows Dance by C.S. Harris.
  • With a random number of 44, Anne C. read Juggler of Worlds, by Larry Nivan.
Winners, please contact me at hotchicksdigsmartmen (at) comcast (dot) net and let me know what e:mail address you want me to use for your prizes. 

Keep reading, and we'll see you next year!

6 comments:

Random Michelle K said...

HUZZAH!

And I lurve CS Harris!

Nathan said...

Yay libraries! Yay winners!

Stacey said...

We're all winners - yay! Thanks to all for their contributions to this cause.

filelalaine said...

Nicely done!

Anne C. said...

I love the way the donations kept multiplying. :D
Thank you so much, Janiece, for doing this. Your generosity and awareness that we should all do as much as we can is an inspiration.

As Stacey said, "we're all winners - yay!"

All y'all are awesome.

Carol Elaine said...

Congrats to everyone who won. Especially the libraries!