During Pierce County Library System’s eighth annual library card drive—Oct. 1-31, 2014—a total of 22,259 people got a free library card.
Congratulations to Shayne Eustace of University Place, winner of an iPad mini, a gift from Pierce County Library Foundation.
During the library card drive, people who got a library card or brought in a friend to sign up for a card could enter to win an iPad mini. Military personnel and families could enter the drawing by showing their military ID.
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You can get a card:
Whatever your age, baby to adult, you can choose between many different styles of Pierce County Library cards.
You are eligible for a free library card if you live or own property in unincorporated Pierce County or a city or town annexed to Pierce County Library System – Bonney Lake, Buckley, DuPont, Eatonville, Edgewood, Fife, Gig Harbor, Lakewood, Milton, Orting, South Prairie, Steilacoom, Sumner, University Place or Wilkeson – or you live on a military base, tribal land or national park within unincorporated Pierce County.
If you live in Puyallup, Roy or Tacoma, you may also get a free card through borrowing agreements with Pierce County Library.
You may recognize some of the people in these videos:
Have questions? See Pierce County Library FAQ.
Find more information:
Tel: 253-548-3300 Fax: 253-537-4600 Washington Relay TTY: 711
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