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AL Live: Use the 2021 Summer Reading Report to Adapt for Summer 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Arianne Slauenwhite
50:40
Hello ! I 'm Ari Slauenwhite Library Assistant for Youth Services at the Rowley Public Library in Rowley, MA !
Mary Wegrzyn
50:42
Mary Wegrzyn from Homewood Public Library, Homewood, IL
Kathleen Salkeld
50:43
Kathleen from LaFayette, GA
Ann Larson
50:44
Hi from Hayward, WI
Maeleah Carlisle
50:45
Hello, I'm Maeleah from Cora J. Belden Library in Rocky Hill, CT
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Karen Stierler
50:50
Hi, from Karen , teen librarian in Coralville, Ia
Michelle Gario
50:50
HI! Michelle from Seekonk, MA-
Kathleen M Wade
50:50
Hello all! Kathleen from Peoria Public Library in Peoria, Arizona
Asha Mobiley
51:20
Hello! Asha from Newark Public Library in Newark, NJ
Mabel Rodirguez
51:21
Hello, Mabel Rodriguez, from Milton Public Library, ON, Canada
Pamela Hamlin
51:22
Hello everyone. I'm Pam Hamlin from the Prince George's County Memorial Library System (MD), right outside Washington, DC!
Charlotte Algie
51:43
HI from New Zealand!
Debra Lay
51:48
Hello from Vose Library in Union, Maine. My name is Debra Lay
Rebekah Garrety
51:59
Hi Charlotte! So excited to have you here today!!
Becky Karpoff
52:00
Hello from Paramus, NJ
carol gafford
52:07
Carol G from Swansea, MA
Alprescia Rivers
52:17
Hi Alprescia Rivers: Enoch Pratt Free Library
Alice Howard
52:18
Hello from Ecorse, MI!
Rebecca Sales
52:28
Hello, This is Becca Sales, public education specialist for the City of Mansfield Environmental Services
Carrie Fitz
52:37
Hello from Frederick County, MD
Becky Ison
52:42
Hello! Becky here from Lake County Public Library in Leadville, Colorado.
Mynda Camphouse
52:44
Hello from Cheyenne Wyoming
Wendy Bittel
52:46
Hello From Granville, OH
Kathy Peschang
52:46
Happy TWOSDAY! From Port Byron IL
Paula Gilbert
52:52
Hi- This is Paula Gilbert from York, PA
Shannon Donley
52:53
Hello, I'm Shannon from Fruitport District Library in Fruitport, MI
Danielle Bliss
52:58
Hi from Long Island, NY!
carrie campbell
53:01
Hello from Birmingham Public Library system!
Rebekah Garrety
53:04
HI PAULA!
Tanya Suarez-Matos
53:06
Hi! mI’m Tanya from Long Island.
Michaela Francis
53:09
Hello! I am Michaela with Norfolk Public Library from Norfolk, Va
Nadia Dallstream
53:10
Hello from the Corona del Mar Branch Library in Newport Beach, CA!
Carter Cook
53:37
Hello from Fort Worth, TX
Rebekah Garrety
53:41
Hi friend!
Jeni Schomber
53:49
Iced in at Beloit (WI) Public Library.
Sara White
53:49
Hello from Olympia, WA!
Gina Martin
53:52
Hello from GLS Atlanta!
Susan Lagerman
53:54
Hello from Green Bay, WI - Brown County Library!
Jennifer Hoey
53:58
Hello from Montgomery-County Norristown Public Library!
Violeta Aybar-Maki
54:10
Hello I'm Violeta from Union City Public Library - New Jersey
Rosie Robledo
54:12
Hello from Stow-Munroe Falls PUblic Library!
Rosie Robledo
54:16
(ohio)
Christina Paniccia
54:18
Hello from Dunham Public Library, in Whitesboro, NY!
Connie Laing
54:23
Hello from Connie in snowy, blowy Minnesota!
Nicole Hercules-Provence
54:25
Woo Don!
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
54:29
Hi from Pickering PL Canada
Janie Kossak
54:30
Thank you, Don! :)
Lynne Sullivan
54:39
Birmingham, Alabama
Danielle Todd
54:41
Aloha from Honolulu :)
Ellie Livingstone
54:43
Hello from San Diego!
Samantha Rundle
54:55
Samantha from Hastings, Nebraska.
Erin Bach
55:01
Hi from Hicksville Public Library, Long Island Ny
Celia McClelland
55:07
Fizz, Boom, Read was our biggest one
Ashley Pearson
55:11
the summer reading program that focused on music!
Melissa Lloyd
55:14
Fizz Boom Read
Mark Richardson
55:14
I liked the Metamorphosis one
Mynda Camphouse
55:15
Build a Better World
Nicole Hercules-Provence
55:16
Ready, Set, Read!
Ariel Baber
55:16
Going to read aloud events at the Library
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
55:16
Under the sea TDSRC
Anne Bultman
55:17
Zombies
Shannon Donley
55:17
1976 Great America Was our theme
Ashley Pearson
55:19
we had a beat boxing program!
Carrie Koerber
55:19
2008 Catch the Reading bug
Sara Nordland
55:20
Libraries rock
Pamela Hamlin
55:20
Space theme, when we had the eclipse!
Sara White
55:21
My most memorable summer reading One World Many Stories
Rosie Robledo
55:21
Get A Clue, Read
Dana Roberts
55:24
HAS to be Universe of Stories. 2019. Loved the space theme!
Danielle Bliss
55:25
Catch the Reading Bug!
Becky Ginther
55:25
I loved the superheroes theme - we wore capes all summer!
Elena Dimova
55:25
Piano concert in 2019. Standing room only. Great experience.
Terri Thomson
55:26
The summer we made ice cream in ziplock bags, don't remember the theme.
Maureen Langley
55:26
Dig into Reading
Charity Ramsey
55:26
Make a Splash
Susan Lagerman
55:27
Reading Road Trip!
Desert Seidelman
55:29
Build a better world, which we focused on our community.
Lynisse Baker
55:29
Catch the Reading Bug
Sharon Savage
55:32
Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds! Our most popular.
Lisa Lockheart
55:33
2020 memorable for the wrong reasons! Space was fun, with the eclipse, too.
Dawn Miller
55:33
my 1st year Dragon Dreams and Daring Deads 2004
Connie Laing
55:33
2019 was big for us because we had an INCREASE in participation after a few years of decline.
Elizabeth Daniel
55:35
Libraries Rock!
Pennie Cadwallader
55:36
Hello from Hollidaysburg Area Public Library in Central PA!
Amanda Kingswell
55:37
The first summer reading I did as a Teen Librarian which would have been Fizz, Boom, Read
Kim Bautz
55:37
Bookmobile party for a family that had disabled parents.
Jennifer Cole
55:37
Libraries Rock
Lina Crowell
55:38
So many great summer reading programs. Can't pick just one!
Anna Zook
55:38
Reading Rock Stars
Julie Fox-Snively
55:40
2008 we built castles and rocket ships, I think the theme was imagination unleashed.
Gina Martin
55:41
Summer Reading for 9th Grade - The Color Purple by Alice Walker
Lisa Lockheart
55:42
I second Libraries Rock
Maeleah Carlisle
55:42
Mystery theme, each week had clues to solve
Paula Gilbert
55:42
Catch the Reading Bug
Ashley Pearson
55:43
oh! the one with the eclipse was amazing
Michelle Gario
55:44
Last year with Beanstack we changed Tales and Tailes to Tales & Mocktails - Adults
Ann Etris
55:44
Wild about Reading (Free Lib.) I created idea.
Mollie Goldblum
55:46
a universe of stories
Janet Batchelder
55:49
Space themes
Diana Lasky - Harrison County Public Library
55:50
Our state Bicentennial - Indiana Reads! We live in the first state capital of IN
Rebecca Sales
55:54
I'm old... Scholastic Reading book fairs were the closest we had to a program.
Megan Fogt
56:06
I don't remember any specific theme, but my family participated every year in a small city in Ohio and I remember being so proud to participate :)
Kate Radke
56:09
Universe of Stories space theme. 2019. So many fun science programs.
Jessica Gleason
56:20
A Universe of Stories. The Holoholo Bookmobile partnered with the UH Institute for Astronomy and did a stargazing event. Gave away a telescope :)! Very successful!
Dawn Miller
56:27
but I found a love for STEM w/Fizz Boom Read2014
Holly Friedman
56:36
2020 - everything digital and video and lots of MA used the choose your own adventure/logic puzzle about myths and folklore
Maria Sunio
56:37
Hello, new Beanstack user from Moreno Valley in SoCal -- actually a cloudy day. I loved the Reading is So Delicious! 7 or 8 years ago.
Jenny Yergin
56:41
Universe of Stories
Emily Bunyan
56:42
Medieval Theme
Sandra King
56:44
Read Across Texas. It was in the early 2000s.
Sarah Beham
57:05
Fizz Boom Read was my first as a public librarian, but 2015, Every Hero has a Story was our best registration numbers and a very fun in many aspects.
Youth Services
57:57
we're long term Beanstack users
Eudoxie Finch
58:03
Hello from Twiggs County in Jeffersonville, GA
Eudoxie Finch
58:14
Library's Rock was our best
Pamela Hamlin
58:23
Yeah, PGCMLS!
Katrina Hauserman
58:27
Good Afternoon from Williamstown, NJ.
Carrie Sanders
58:46
Hi everyone...Carrie Sanders, Maryland State Library Agency. :)
Jillian Boudreaux
01:00:16
Hi, Felix! We love Beanstack :)
Breanna Vegas
01:01:57
no rush to answer but does bean stack have a chat/email function where they can email us librarians directly from the app?
Rebekah Garrety
01:02:46
Hi Breanna! We don't have a "live" chat in the app or on the website, but there is a "contact us" feature at the bottom of your landing page that folks can use to contact the librarians!
Breanna Vegas
01:03:05
wonderful, thank you!
Webinar Support
01:06:05
Let us know when to close out the poll as well! :)
Chelsea Hill
01:06:12
An increase of participation from our 2021 numbers. Less covid!
Shannon Donley
01:06:15
We have never used this format. We are fully a paper and pencil program right now
Breanna Vegas
01:06:17
with us as a library switching the bean stack, this will be our first year offering a SRP App
Debra Lay
01:06:19
Our concern is outreach and getting patron's on Beanstack - we are a small and rural library
Kristi Henry
01:06:23
I think the theme will draw kids in.
Jenny Yergin
01:06:24
We are expecting to be able to offer more programs this summer.
Anne Bultman
01:06:25
We can do more outreach.
Natalie Pulley
01:06:28
Increase
Deena Zuckerman
01:06:31
Increase because less Covid and we'll have a newly renovated children's room.
Paula Gilbert
01:06:32
Looking for more participation because we hope to have more direct contact with kids again to promote
Shannon Donley
01:06:32
Our entire staff is new since Setpember 21
Maria Sunio
01:06:34
More outreach and in-person programming.
Sammy Nieman
01:06:39
We are able to go back and talk up the program in the schools! We find great value in end of year school visits!
Elena Dimova
01:06:40
Last year the Dunedin Public Library had the reverse happen, we had a drop in participation in the Adults department.
Bernadette Ambrozic
01:06:44
we do not use this app, we use paper to track.
Eva Mitnick
01:06:45
We're thinking it'll increase due to finally having in-person programs (hopefully) and greater ability to engage with schools in May and June to promote.
Beth St. George
01:06:46
We've never used beanstack so not sure of expectations
Terri Thomson
01:06:46
Increase, we will be opening up more of our branches
Kathryn Stempf
01:06:54
We had decreased enrollment from 2020 to 2021 and we would like to reverse that trend.
Maureen Langley
01:06:55
This years theme really appeals to kids and we seen an increase in visits to the library in general
Pamela Skjolsvik
01:07:07
More outreach and programming bringing people into the branch.
Ashley Pearson
01:07:11
we're encouraging the use of beanstack even MORE SO this year. also, we're cranking up our social media so HOPEFULLY that means more participation but we don't know
Hyunjin Han
01:07:18
Hello from Florida. Q: I wish it is little easier for the patron to log minutes on the app. Now it only allow to find a title and then log the minutes. do you plan to update this?
Lina Crowell
01:07:26
We can have in person programs this summer, so we're hopeful for increased enrollment.
Tanya Augsburger
01:07:33
We actually had a decrease in 2021 from 2020, which was a surprise to us. Not sure what to expect this year.
Lorely Ambriz
01:07:36
Still online, decreased EP TX
Sandra King
01:07:36
We are going to have in-person programming this year so we are hoping to be able to personally invite kids to sign-up.
Jerilynne Stewart
01:07:38
My situation is a little different - I am a corrections librarian in a state prison for adult males. I run challenges usually September to January, following my fiscal year rather than the summer season.\
Sarah Victor
01:07:40
Less restrictions.
Jennifer Hoey
01:07:42
Now that we have had Beanstack for the past two years, our patrons are using it more.
Tyara Tucker
01:07:50
This will be Jersey City Free Public Library first time using the app. We love to promote and outreach so I feel we will do good using this app
Becky Karpoff
01:07:51
Last year we had a major growth in with our adults. I think it goes hand in hand with our prizes and programs that we offered adults. I also think it was great that we could have people log as a family.
Mary Beth Garrett
01:07:53
Howdy from Texas. Pardon my tardiness. Mary Beth
Dawn Miller
01:07:59
Beyond the beaten path
Diane Olivo-Posner
01:08:00
Ability of staff to interact with patrons in person is so important!
Sammy Nieman
01:08:05
Ocean of Possibilities!
Becca Boland
01:08:07
Also - iREAD - Read Beyond the Beaten Path!
Lisa Lockheart
01:08:10
Theme does seem for IREAD, we're excited about the camp aspects.
Maureen Langley
01:08:10
We plan on using Beanstack more throughout the year so participants are familiar with the format before the summer
Beth Smith
01:08:15
Sorry I am late.
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:08:25
We’re doing iRead this summer!
Asha Mobiley
01:08:25
Right now schools near me are still asking for virtual outreach only.
Jillian Boudreaux
01:08:26
Oceans of Possibilities. I think going back to in-person programs is really going to be the game changer
Ann Larson
01:08:27
I had more completions in 2021 over 2020
Lisa Lockheart
01:08:33
We just get pushback from parents who don't want to log. Anything that makes it easier is better.
Julie Fox-Snively
01:08:36
This will be our first summer using Beanstack.
Jessica Gleason
01:08:48
Our statewide library system and the Dept of Education have separate Beanstack programs. There are ways to link a student account to a public library account; however, it seems that isn't well known or practical for most people to do. If we had one statewide Beanstack challenge promoted in schools and public libraries, we would likely have more participation.
Najah Monroe
01:08:58
This will be our third year using Beanstack
Lorely Ambriz
01:09:13
Using TEAMS, college IT supports this
Becky Karpoff
01:09:16
Paramus Library had growth of adult users in 2021 by 172.12% from 2019
Lisa Lockheart
01:09:27
Push the "why" of why it is worthwhile for parents to participate WITH their kids in Summer Readng.
Becca Boland
01:09:31
is it possible to turn on closed captioning?
Rebekah Garrety
01:09:34
That's amazing Becky!
Rebekah Garrety
01:10:01
Dan and Colton- we've had a request to turn on closed captioning. Any chance you can help with that?
Dawn Miller
01:10:01
yeah public librarians
Tammy Murphy
01:10:02
in person performers, using Beanstack for the first time, community more back to normal
Jennifer Sullivan
01:10:05
I expect a lot of stress and chaos! It's my first time being responsible for planning a whole SRP, and throwing the continuing Covid uncertainty in the mix...
Kathryn Stempf
01:10:19
We believed that people were tired of "screen time" and looking forward to in-person events. Our in-person events are where we excel and we gave our Beanstack participants a chance to get credit for attending the events.
Webinar Support
01:10:36
Rebekah, I just enabled it for everyone so they can avoid menu-ing for it. Let me know if you don't see it!
Rebekah Garrety
01:10:43
Hi Becca! Closed captioning has been enabled! Sorry about that and thank you for letting us know!
Jill Wagner
01:11:05
SNAKES ON A LIBRARIAN!
Becca Boland
01:11:08
You're the best! Thanks!
Jillian Boudreaux
01:11:16
Bahahahaha
Dawn Miller
01:11:17
the things we do for our programs
Shannon Donley
01:11:24
I'm worried this is going to intimidate parents and kids and separate those who have computer access vs those who don't.
Rachel McDonald
01:11:26
🐍🐍🐍
Najah Monroe
01:11:27
The photo is great! That's awesome!
Sandra King
01:11:36
I had to hold a hissing cockroach once!
Jillian Boudreaux
01:11:59
Nooo 😰 I'd die
Mynda Camphouse
01:12:03
This is our 3rd summer and we are definitely figuring out the log type.
Laura Brown
01:12:26
not for adults. got lots of complaints about this. are used to books.
Rosie Robledo
01:12:51
Yes I would like to see this info broken down by age: do teens and adults prefer minutes? My experience says no.
Lisa Lockheart
01:12:51
I would agree with Laura.
Breanna Vegas
01:13:15
is there a limit how many minutes people can log a day?
Jennifer Hoey
01:13:16
Having paper logs helps with reluctant computer users.
Rebekah Garrety
01:13:16
A good note Laura! There is definitely a lot of be said about knowing your community and knowing what your audience are used to and motivated by!
Kelly Hiser
01:13:18
There could for sure be exceptions for your specific communities! But looking at data overall, adult readers engage way more in minutes challenges than books challenges.
Tanya Augsburger
01:13:19
My adults prefer book option
Holly Friedman
01:13:22
We use minutes because the adult reading War & Peace can log the same as a kindergartener reading stacks of picture books
Becky Karpoff
01:13:25
We had a lot of success letting adults log in their first language. I also allowed them to log the newspaper.
Sheila McKinzie
01:13:29
due to our reports, we don't use minutes - we use items read.
Jennifer Sullivan
01:13:30
Parents and kids get nagged all year at school about logging books and minutes, though.
Mynda Camphouse
01:14:05
We are trying out Days this year.
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:14:10
We give them a badge to earn right away - then increase the time between badges
Becky Karpoff
01:14:18
In Paramus we were all about reading, we didnt care if they were reading news articles or in their first language they were working their brains and we wanted to reward that.
Diana Lasky - Harrison County Public Library
01:14:22
Is there a "day" log?
Pamela Hamlin
01:14:49
You can add titles and even a review when you log minutes if you want.
Rebekah Garrety
01:15:09
There is Diana! It is something that you would have to enable in your site settings. But you can definitely log by "days"!
Rosie Robledo
01:15:13
thanks Pamela, that helps! We'll have ot look into trying minutes with teens and adults.
Dawn Miller
01:15:32
you just wanted to say the name of that library
Rebekah Garrety
01:15:48
Ha! You know it Dawn!
Becky Karpoff
01:15:49
We didn’t see our patrons in Paramus using the activities Section. I spent so much time adding them to the site and people rarely used them .
Sheila McKinzie
01:16:11
The interaction between different items offered does work!
Rosie Robledo
01:16:13
What is the average number of activites people put on a list in order to earn the badge? 1 per badge? Or two or more?
Pamela Hamlin
01:16:30
We love adding,, digital activities, active/movement activities, and attending/watching library programs.
Jillian Boudreaux
01:16:33
I've done 1 or 2 per badge.
Becky Karpoff
01:16:37
Did the librarian log the activities for that patrons? Our patrons did not want to log them at all in Paramus.
Sara Saxton
01:16:42
Can you talk about the tickets? I think if our patrons could see the tickets they're earning they might be more likely to engage.
Jillian Boudreaux
01:16:42
Love the family activity option!
Michelle Gario
01:16:56
Activities are not engaging for adults here. Tips for making attractive?
Sheila McKinzie
01:17:12
We incorporated PageTurner Videos in our program. It helps
Maria Sunio
01:17:18
Thank you for making bilingual English-Spanish Badge books available - bilingual materials are crucial for engaging with our community.
Sara Saxton
01:17:27
Can you talk about the tickets? I think if our patrons could see the tickets they're earning they might be more likely to engage.
Kristine Spyker
01:17:32
Yay I "second" that quote
Amy Lilien-Harper
01:17:49
What do you mean by "all ages programming"?
Rebekah Garrety
01:18:14
I wish I could "heart" react your message! Thanks for being here!
Rosie Robledo
01:18:17
yes, Kristine do you have 1 challenge, or 3 (1 for each age)
Lisa Lockheart
01:18:25
WE are actually trying to go towards an all-age challenge - any one have success here?
Barbara Reid
01:18:30
What are page turner videos? Like book trailers?
Brook Fischer
01:18:45
last summer, admins were not able to edit completable activity counts, but the beanstack team were able to do so. We found customers using the app would push the button numerous times because they did not see an immediate change, which lead to them recording the activity 5 times instead of just one. Has this been fixed so as an admin I am able to edit and correct logs for activities now? Thanks
Sheila McKinzie
01:18:55
its a program what has stories, authors, activities
Amy Lilien-Harper
01:19:08
We did read and bead. They got beads and tags for reading all summer long.
Connie Laing
01:19:11
We offer a "reward" called: prize drawing entry!
Ann Larson
01:19:37
If I have four programs for the age group - do I add in a 5th for the family?
Kristine Spyker
01:19:38
Our 1 all-ages challenge was open to all to register for. We previously had four challenges broken down by ages but we simplified this past year and our parents LOVED the simplicity
Shannon Donley
01:19:59
Our All Age challenges are: Rainbow Challenge (color in titles), Multi Genre Challenge, Alphabet Challenge (title for as many letters of the alphabet at the beginning of the titiel)
Rosie Robledo
01:20:30
did you have different prizes for different ages? my biggest fear is insulting teens by offering only "kiddie" prizes.
Sarah Strunz
01:20:31
we gave a reward for two weeks of meeting challenge
Shannon Donley
01:20:46
we're doing rewards for every 10 days
Sheila McKinzie
01:20:49
Facebook: Page Turner Adventure's Virtual Summer Library Program
Becky Karpoff
01:20:57
We gave every adult that logged one book a $5 Starbucks card
Becky Karpoff
01:21:16
And we did $20 gift card raffles every week for two patrons
Barbara Reid
01:21:23
Rewards are a problem for me - I am in a culture that does not believe that reading is “competitive” and think any challenge does this
Tyara Tucker
01:21:58
What promotional material beanstack offers
Becky Ginther
01:22:02
creating a video for the schools where the librarians were involved was huge last year - so many kids came in and would get excited and say "I saw you on TV at school!"
Jennifer Hoey
01:22:09
We have weekly prizes and a grand prize.
Shannon Donley
01:22:15
We're doing a community challenge -let's build the Hat for the Cat in theHat
Ashley Lee
01:22:22
We do a monthly reading challenge for all ages. Each month is a theme, people just have to read one book that month that matches the theme. At the end of the month a child, teen, and adult get drawn for a small prize
Sammy Nieman
01:22:23
Promotional materials? I'm intrigued.
Maureen Langley
01:22:30
Outreach
Nicole Hercules-Provence
01:22:31
Outreach for sure!
Jenny Yergin
01:22:34
We give away books as prizes
Mynda Camphouse
01:22:36
outreach to schools
Sara White
01:22:37
Outreach/book-talks/funny skits visit to every individual grade in as many schools as possible.
Lisa Lockheart
01:22:40
hand-selling
Beryl Shea
01:22:40
having an block party at the end of Summer Reading
Margarita Ortiz
01:22:41
Advertisement.
Rosie Robledo
01:22:42
talking to students in schools
Tyara Tucker
01:22:42
Outreach
Samantha Garland
01:22:44
School Visits
Kim Bautz
01:22:44
Book prizes
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:22:45
outreach to school
Sarah Beham
01:22:48
School visits (which has hurt our numbers the last couple of yers)
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:22:48
Promoting the SRP at schools in May
Sheila McKinzie
01:22:50
School and social media outreach
Becky Ginther
01:22:50
Giving patrons to ability to register and log reading online - especially an app (thanks Beanstack!)
Ashley Pearson
01:22:50
bigger prizes and more outreach! also, programs were engaging
Tiffany Flores
01:22:50
using the tool regularly and building a habit with the community
Mary Beth Garrett
01:22:50
Classroom visits for sure.
Veronica Laroche
01:22:53
Outdoor events and programs as weather permits!
Teresa Matthews
01:22:53
@BarbaraReid
Julie Warren
01:22:53
We had a sponsor provide bicycles to give away at the end of the program
Camille Hyatt
01:22:53
Kick-Off Carnival and bringing in outside presenters/performers
Carter Cook
01:22:56
Prizes/incentives with a short challenge timeline
Kristine Spyker
01:22:56
We logged time and activities for our all-ages program and offered tickets for all hours and activities completed. Each patron could submit tickets in for the prizes they wanted to try to win.
Becky Karpoff
01:22:58
Gave $5 Starbucks cards to each Adult who logged one book and had an ice cream truck at registration day-Paramus Public Library
Jennifer Cole
01:22:58
Books/activity bags for signing up.
Jean Kosha
01:22:58
Having teen volunteers help by signing kids up when they entered the library.
Michaela Francis
01:22:58
Outreach and promo videos on our social media
Sara Nordland
01:22:59
Outreach and then doing a SLP Kickoff party
Debra Lay
01:22:59
Joined a faculty meeting to coordinate with educators
Janie Kossak
01:23:00
The local children's librarian from public branch visited our school and spoke with every class about participating. :)
Megan Farve
01:23:04
Offering the opportunity for kids to put their name on our summer reading statue (paper mache) when they've finished the challenge
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:23:04
Activities
Lisa Lockheart
01:23:04
Registration prize
Catherine Upton
01:23:04
Outreach to schools, community, and offering prizes throughout the program
Sammy Nieman
01:23:04
Library Champion signs when they finish the program!
Anjela Martinez
01:23:04
staff training to promote and get excited about SRP
Maeleah Carlisle
01:23:05
school virtual outreach with video they can share and special goodie bag when you sign up
Paula Gilbert
01:23:06
variety of promotional materials in a number of places
Kathryn Prada
01:23:08
Kick offs every year always help out!
Eva Mitnick
01:23:08
Work with community partners like our Rec and Parks Dept to sign kids up in daycamp
Megan Fogt
01:23:08
Ice cream coupons to a local ice cream chain
Karen Stierler
01:23:09
School visits
Ann Etris
01:23:09
publicize the summer reading program.
Najah Monroe
01:23:10
Classroom visits is an excellent idea!!
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:23:13
prizes to schools who advertised to students
Swapna Kaimal
01:23:17
2 prizes for adults along with registration gift
Leah Johncola
01:23:18
Animal visits at the library tied to badges
Tammy Murphy
01:23:19
good prizes
Candace Wells
01:23:21
Promoting through schools
Jessica Gleason
01:23:22
Outreach! Signing up school groups improves participation numbers.
Dawn Miller
01:23:22
School visits and drop off registrations for each class and school emails
Lina Crowell
01:23:26
Visiting schools to promote the program, even if it's only a video is great promotion. Parents have told me they came to the library because I had visited the school.
Ashley Bond
01:23:26
prizes/ incentives
Mary Wood
01:23:37
partnerships with schools/tandem accounts
Sarah Strunz
01:23:38
Kids got a paper shark to put on the wall each week they reached their reading goal. everyone loved the sharks on the wall huge success
Jennifer Hoey
01:23:41
Offering prizes and outreach as well as advertising works for us.
Nadia Dallstream
01:23:42
Prize books are given at registration.
Emily Bunyan
01:23:54
Increasing the number of milestones people could achieve
Robin Horst
01:24:06
Back in the olden days, they got a free virtual chat with the authors (middle school kids)
Pamela Hamlin
01:24:20
partner with local sports teams for summer and other year round challenges
Kat Wodtke
01:24:26
Taking the program out to young people, meeting them wherever they're at, multilingual outreach.
Teresa Matthews
01:24:31
We do Goals so it's not about competition but about reaching a individuals goal. We also do one big Community Goal that people can Read it forward and we pick a community org to receive book donations.
Alprescia Rivers
01:24:33
Hi Alprescia Rivers: Enoch Prattt Fre LibraryBaltimore, Maryland. Our outreach through our Communities through our Branch libraries.
Sarah Beham
01:24:36
We also do cutout pictures (Heroes in 2015, NASA ID cards in 2019) when kids reach their first 10 hours and have them posted that they get to keep at the end of the summer.
Tammy Murphy
01:24:39
take home kits in a drive through during pandemic and great performers when we are in person
Sharon Savage
01:25:06
Building relationships. I believe that we just talk to our patrons in house and out in the community.
Jessica Gleason
01:25:08
Community Goal is a great concept! I like "Read it Forward"
Becky Karpoff
01:25:19
Paramus!!!
Kathryn Stempf
01:25:23
Similar to Wheel of Fortune, we have a wheel that the children spin for prizes once a week and this gets them in the library where we promote Beanstack by helping them enroll and learn about all the events we have planned and how to earn badges and receive entries for the grand prize drawings at the end of the Summer Reading Program.
Jennifer Hoey
01:25:23
I also do weekly puzzles that people can do and turn in for a prize which is a favorite of the patrons.
Asha Mobiley
01:25:36
Suggestions for prizes or incentives for Libraries with limited budgets?
Kristine Spyker
01:25:36
YAYYY! Thanks, Becky!
Ann Etris
01:25:41
Registering is different that participating.
Holly Friedman
01:25:47
We hand out ice cream from a local creamery for every one who participates at all
Sarah Beham
01:25:53
End of the Summer Raffle. Kids get to put a ticket in a bucket of their choosing with every program attended and every 10 hours read
Rosie Robledo
01:26:00
excellent point Ann E
Mollie Goldblum
01:26:07
Raffle tickets have been very effective with larger prizes in the raffle!
Diana Lasky - Harrison County Public Library
01:26:16
Ticket drawings. Extra rewards after completion.
Brook Fischer
01:26:17
increased participation was by families feeling comfortable being able to give me as the admin a list to enter their minutes and activities for them. Via the personalization the emails I would be send reminding them. We have people in the community that do not have access to the internet.
Kathleen M Wade
01:26:17
Visited Summer Camps … an audience that is captive but also perfect!
Sally Samuel
01:26:20
Will we get a log of this chat after the presentation? So many great, unique ideas here!
Webinar Support
01:26:52
The Zoom recording will include a playback of the chat, yes!
Sally Samuel
01:27:00
Thank you!
Erica Marks
01:27:05
Wow, look at those stats!
Kathleen M Wade
01:27:05
great!
Lisa Lockheart
01:27:17
Yes, I hope you have made it more obvious about which app is the library app? We had someone sign up for the paid app by mistake.
Breanna Vegas
01:27:42
does their login carry over year to year?
Diane Olivo-Posner
01:27:43
Are we able to pull a report on the number of participants who are using the app to log?
Rebekah Garrety
01:27:48
Hey Lisa! Yes! That is something that we're working on, and we've made some visual changes going into this summer to make that easier!
Katrina Hauserman
01:27:48
For Children's I give out coins for the kids to turn in at the end of summer. The last week of August is "Shop" Week. The kids earn coins for reading, attending programs, etc. and then turn the coins in and shop for the prizes. We purchase toys and also school supplies from Oriental Trading. It is a huge hit at my library.
Sara White
01:27:51
Curious if there's any data about this in rural vs. urban communities where there isn't cell service?
Lisa Lockheart
01:28:22
Is there a way for libraries to reward reading streaks?
Sheila McKinzie
01:28:43
Asha M. the dolor stores offers great misc. items that you can make wonderful baskets for the end of the year. you can have a end of year party with cookies, icecream, popcorn, etc. take photos.
Rosie Robledo
01:29:28
Breanna yes, once you have a Beanstack login you use the same one every year
Asha Mobiley
01:29:37
It’s hard getting incentives for teens with a limited budgets. The cheap toys and Knick knacks don’t attract them
Rosie Robledo
01:29:41
you just have to remind them to update their age and personal info, Breanna
Cindy Jaye
01:29:42
Do we have to do anything to turn on reading streaks, or does this just happen automatically for our readers?
Maeleah Carlisle
01:29:48
What are "reading streaks"? Is this a particular feature on the Beanstack app?
Kerry Bailey
01:29:57
Do you have to log by days to achieve streaks? Or just log any measure (books, time, days) for multiple days in a row?
Holly Friedman
01:29:57
Five Below is a great store to get prize basket supplies from
Rosie Robledo
01:30:12
that is something I would like: asking for birth year instead of age, so that the app would automatically update their age. My teens never rememver to update their age.
Ashley Pearson
01:30:24
Dollar tree (well 1.25 tree) is also a GREAT place to get sign up prizes
Veronica Laroche
01:30:24
@Asha, I used scratch off tickets last year for teens, so I was able to offer fewer more pricey prizes and remain in budget.
Rebekah Garrety
01:30:28
Cindy- Reading Streaks should be automatically enabled on your site. If it does not see to be turned on, pop a message over to your client success manager and they can take a look!
Mynda Camphouse
01:30:31
We did a Harry Potter House challenge where each house competed against each other
Breanna Vegas
01:30:31
Asha, we offer tickets for a raffle at the end for BIG Tickets items like a Switch and a family 4 pack to aquarium
Becky Karpoff
01:30:38
I wish some of the designs were a little more adult
Breanna Vegas
01:30:39
for teens
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:30:43
I love 1,000 books before Kindergarten but I wish it was easier to log books multiple times :) It’s a bit clunky for me!
Carrie Sanders
01:30:48
Can also do staff challenges to help staff become comfortable with Beanstack.
Becky Karpoff
01:31:12
I feel like they are really lovely for young readers, but we are looking to address readers who might not have children, we need a way to draw them in.
Mynda Camphouse
01:31:20
Carrie Sanders! I love that!
Veronica Laroche
01:31:27
P.S. The Badge Books are super cute.
Barbara Reid
01:31:53
What do badge books cost?
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:31:57
Is there a little to the amount of challenges can have running?
Sammy Nieman
01:32:06
I would love would love to get the color codes to plug into Canva that way the graphics I make can match the Badge Books!
Asha Mobiley
01:32:07
@Breanna, what about for incentives for registering and throughout the challenge. They said having more prizes throughout helps engagement.
Rebekah Garrety
01:32:16
If you are interested in more information about Badge Books you can email me here: Rebekah@zoobean.com
Rebekah Garrety
01:32:30
No limit Cynthia!
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:32:35
Sorry is there a limit to the amount of callenges can have running.
Rebekah Garrety
01:32:58
Hey Sammy! Reach out to your client success manager! They would be able to reach out to our designers and get that for you!
Sammy Nieman
01:33:10
Awesome! Thank you!
Breanna Vegas
01:33:20
@Asha, they get a book mark and book for registering and they get a ticket to enter the drawing for every program and badge they earn with a coupon prize for half way through the program
Andrea Parisi
01:33:20
Is the friends option available at the school/district level?
Becky Karpoff
01:33:21
Did any one has missing data from the winter reading challenge this year? I was a way in January it was was just brought to my attention
Don Giacomini
01:33:26
@Cynthia, you can have as many concurrent challenges in Beanstack as you’d like
Dana Roberts
01:33:32
We are going to try to promote Streaks during next month's IditaRead challenge!
Sara White
01:33:42
IditaRead! Adorable!
Emily Young
01:33:50
Are the friends and leaderboards just on the mobile app?
Holly Friedman
01:33:55
@SAmmy Nieman - there are chrome extentions you can add and they can color pick from anything on your screen
Don Giacomini
01:33:56
@Andrea, yes absolutely you can use friends in schools!
Becca Boland
01:34:12
Is there a way to have questions unique to a particular challenge? I know you can have custom questions when folks sign up. But if we - for example - wanted to collect t-shirt sizes for Summer Reading - could we do that?
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:34:15
Can you set the chat so we can download it? Thanks
carol gafford
01:34:34
Easy app is key.
Lina Crowell
01:34:36
Our patrons haven't yet caught on to using the friends and leaderboard feature. I'm hoping to promote it more this year.
Kristine Spyker
01:34:40
I would LOVE an easier way to explain Friends and Leaderboards to our community from Beanstack itself - promotional wise
Andrea Parisi
01:34:40
Thank you, Don will need toxheck into that.
Pamela Hamlin
01:34:41
Year Round Reading Challenges are great for us
Lisa Lockheart
01:34:43
I still would like to see a survey option for our users. It's how we improve our programs
Lisa Lockheart
01:35:11
And also, marketing, marketing, marketing.
Kim Giery
01:35:15
A webinar on successful Activity Badge ideas would be really helpful
Breanna Vegas
01:35:24
agreed lisa
Megan Farve
01:35:38
For the Friends and Leaderboard: Can a user (librarian) be an automatic friend for users so that they can compete with a librarian?
Tyara Tucker
01:35:48
Does Beanstack sell marketing materials for outreach?
Alprescia Rivers
01:36:27
Yes, we're here. Thank you. Pratt library.
Don Giacomini
01:36:30
@Tyara, many of our template challenges have marketing materials you can customize and use and there’s no extra cost for that.
Alprescia Rivers
01:37:11
Also, we use Mobile Hotspots now hav UNLIITED Data.
Bailey Fischer
01:37:36
That's SO cute!
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:37:55
We were thinking about using experiences for prizes for teens
Sara White
01:38:06
Did she have to pay to dye her hair herself? :-D
Alicia Schwarzenbach
01:38:08
can you explain how to set up that feature? What tickets?
Alprescia Rivers
01:38:13
I do apologize for the misspelling. Pratt uses also, UNLIMITED Data Mobile Hotspots
Maria Sunio
01:38:27
Our state requires that we report summer reading stats by age group. Was Pratt able to pull those stats from an all-ages program?
Don Giacomini
01:39:56
Hey @Maria, as long as you’re asking for ages in registration fields, you can filter reports to run data on a single age range even within a single program
Rosie Robledo
01:40:57
E mily years ago I used experiences: be a DJ at local small indie radio station, free limo ride, spend a day with local golf pro.
Don Giacomini
01:41:07
@Alicia, tough to explain the raffle system in chat, but basically you can have participants earn tickets when they earn specific badges and then they can digitally drop them in whichever prize buckets you set up for them. Happy to help out with this if you’d like: don@zoobean.com
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:41:34
@Rosie - thank you!!
Alicia Schwarzenbach
01:42:58
Thanks, Don.
Becky Karpoff
01:43:19
Im sorry, I have to leave. I look forward to listening to this later.
Webinar Support
01:43:30
No problem if we run a few minutes over on our end!
Najah Monroe
01:44:10
I have to go. See you next time. Thank you!
Bailey Fischer
01:44:20
We had a YA book author/publisher reach out to us asking to collaborate with the summer reading program. We shout out their books and they promote our program. They also offered to provide some of the incentives or prizes. Has anyone done something similar? Wondering if this sounds like a good idea!
Carrie Sanders
01:44:42
Is there a way for libraries to hold state award winners as a Reading list challenge? (e.g MD - Black-eyed Susan award lists.)
Suzanne Tonini
01:45:05
Is it possible to create a reading challenge using our own curated lists of books?
Rosie Robledo
01:45:13
Definitely Carrie! I've been wanting to make one for the Buckeye Children's and Teen Book Awards here in Ohio.
Rebekah Garrety
01:45:21
Absolutely Carrie! That is one of the primary use cases of the reading list challenges!
Don Giacomini
01:45:29
@Carrie, absolutely! These can be made as Reading List Challenges and is actually something commonly done already among our school partners
Don Giacomini
01:45:36
Lol, Rebekah beat me
Carrie Sanders
01:45:43
Awesome -- thank you! :)
Rebekah Garrety
01:46:00
Suzanne- also yes! You have the freedom to great a reading list challenge based on just about any book list you would want!
Kathryn Prada
01:46:14
Thank you so much for this everyone! :)
Alicia Schwarzenbach
01:46:17
When do we get info about the Original content program?
Suzanne Tonini
01:46:18
@Rebekah, thank you.
Rebecca James
01:46:26
We like that we can use Page Turner Adventures on Beanstack.
Deborah VanDetta
01:46:29
I would love to start a Reading Fundraiser RIGHT NOW!
Breanna Vegas
01:46:40
is there an end of summer survey option for patrons?
Mollie Goldblum
01:46:40
I have to run , thanks so much for this! Have a great day everyone
Shannon Donley
01:46:44
This is SO intimidating!!! How do I make all these challenges/ How do I create programs?!!
Jillian Boudreaux
01:46:44
This was super helpful! Data is enlightening :)
Margarita Ortiz
01:46:49
Thank you!
Erica Marks
01:46:49
Your team is awesome. Thank you!
Kristine Spyker
01:46:54
Survey option would be great for end of program
Lisa Lockheart
01:46:58
We've spent a lot of years encouraging people to read whatever they want, because they think summer reading equals only certain titles. I'm a little concerned that the reading list is counter-messaging?
carol gafford
01:47:02
I am excited! Themed Reading list challenges are amazing.
Natalie Pulley
01:47:04
thanks for the info!
Barbara Reid
01:47:08
Can you tailor reading list challenges for local context ie our own local book award
Shannon Donley
01:47:10
I'm feeling like this is not goingto be easy enough
Lynisse Baker
01:47:14
thanks! great content!
Amy Lilien-Harper
01:47:15
Can you talk about report running? Can you run reports listing kids names and what they have won?
Rebekah Garrety
01:47:20
Absolutely Barbara!
Lisa Lockheart
01:47:23
Although I see the benefits of a state based challenge for schools
Deborah Phillips
01:47:27
Where can we access this and other Beanstack webinars. I was looking for one the other day and couldn't fine out where to view it.
Jillian Boudreaux
01:47:27
Beanstack is so easy - you can do it!
Tyara Tucker
01:47:28
I feel same way Shannon
Mynda Camphouse
01:47:35
The templets are FANTASTIC!
Rebekah Garrety
01:47:37
Amy- We won't have time to go too deep into reports today, but yes- you can do that!
Lisa Lockheart
01:47:38
Keep it simple Shannon!
Erica Marks
01:47:56
Beanstack is so easy. Our staff and patrons love it!
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:47:57
do you have a page that helps us with HTML coding?
Sheila McKinzie
01:47:58
When can we expect the report for 2022 summer Reading results? Also is there a better way to adjust the reports
Michele Machado
01:48:02
The Beanstack admin trainings they offer make this easy for us!
Becca Boland
01:48:10
I think this got lost - is there a way to create questions for a particular challenge? We want to collect t-shirt sizes for just summer reading. I think the only custom questions now are when you initially sign up.
Sarah Victor
01:48:10
After setting up the first challenge it gets so much easier. You can do it! Its so worth it!
Shannon Chabot
01:48:13
Thank you so much for the great info and conversation! This has been wonderful :)
Webinar Support
01:48:15
Deborah--this recording will be posted to the American Libraries website, but we'll also email it to everyone who registered by the end of tomorrow!
Alison Rahn
01:48:18
What is the cost of Beanstack?
Rosie Robledo
01:48:19
If I make a ReAding list based on my state list, how do I make it available for other libraries in my state to use?
Terri Thomson
01:48:22
The support staff are awesome!!!! They can walk you through everything
Carrie Sanders
01:48:28
Thank you, Felix, and team for loving summer reading as much as we do! :)
Julie Fox-Snively
01:48:28
The team that helps you set up and get out of sandbox is fantastic and will walk you through absolutely everything! The internal training will build your confidence.
Ann Larson
01:48:32
Would love to learn more about simplifying my four challenges into one generic one! Help Rebekah!
Deborah VanDetta
01:48:36
I think the Reading List Challenge would work nicely for book clubs. I agree Summer Reading for kiddos needs to be free choice!
Shannon Donley
01:48:38
How do I get these trainings? Will they be available soon?
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:48:40
Beanstack has excellent customer service too so lots of help :)
Erica Marks
01:48:47
Hello!
Kim Bautz
01:48:48
The folks at Beanstack are so helpful and engaging with whatever questions that you have.
Charlotte Algie
01:48:51
I like the idea of a challenge where its kids against their parents/grownups..
Rebekah Garrety
01:48:52
Pop me an email Ann!!!
Jennifer Sullivan
01:48:56
I just wish I could get into our account! Former director left without giving any of the login info or admin access to anyone else.
Rosie R.
01:49:01
@Cynthia -- I don't know html, and this link has been very helpful: https://html-online.com/editor/
Jillian Boudreaux
01:49:09
Are y'all going to be at PLA?
Beth St. George
01:49:11
Thank you! Lots of great ideas.
Michelle Gario
01:49:12
Is there a sample/details for switching from multiple challenges to one?
Rebecca James
01:49:14
This company is so remarkable. The entire staff loves to work with librarians.
Rebekah Garrety
01:49:14
Jennnifer!! Email me! I'll get you back in!
Kim Giery
01:49:25
Is there an easy way to email the participants in the challenge? It would be nice to email the people that have achieved certain milestones that awarded them a prize. Like a bulk email.
Holly Friedman
01:49:30
The best HTML resource was the Facebook User Group
Alicia Schwarzenbach
01:49:31
Read and Ride - when does it start?
Leah Johncola
01:49:33
Are there tutorials on the App that can be shared with patrons?
Kathryn Stempf
01:49:37
I'm looking forward to learning how to get the community involved in a fundraiser with Beanstack.
Diane Olivo-Posner
01:49:44
Just want to say that LAPL had the opposite experience than Platt - better participation having the four age leveled challenges so we could customize the activities
Diane Olivo-Posner
01:49:58
sorry, Pratt
Breanna Vegas
01:50:05
is there a way to collect surveys at the end of summer from patrons on the app?
Don Giacomini
01:50:11
Hey Alison! Please shoot me an email don@zoobean.com and I’d be happy to talk cost. It’s largely broken down by service population in libraries and student population in schools.
Ann Larson
01:50:19
Appreciate everyone at Beanstack. Thank you!!!
Brook Fischer
01:50:20
Thank you so much the information was awesome!
Susan La Paro
01:50:32
Thank you! This was great!
Tyara Tucker
01:50:35
Thank you to everyone at Beanstack
Emily Van Weerdhuizen
01:50:41
Thank you!
Cynthia Spekkens Powell
01:50:41
Thank you
Maureen Langley
01:50:43
Thank you
Liz Lambert
01:50:45
thanks so much!
Tyara Tucker
01:50:46
Thank you
Ashley Pearson
01:50:46
thanks!
Rebekah Garrety
01:50:48
So glad you could be here T!!
Jennifer Hoey
01:50:49
Thank you!
Swapna Kaimal
01:50:51
Thank you!
Kristi Henry
01:50:53
thank you
Sarah Victor
01:50:53
Thank you for your time!
Maria Sunio
01:50:55
thanks!
Lisa Lockheart
01:50:57
Thanks!
Michaela Francis
01:50:57
Thank you for this informative session!
Bonnie Barber
01:51:01
Great ideas, thank you!
Jill Wagner
01:51:01
Thank you!!
Sheila McKinzie
01:51:05
Good session!
Jenifer Agostini
01:51:06
Thank you!
Alprescia Rivers
01:51:11
Alprescia Rivers, Thank you.
Alice Howard
01:51:12
Thanks so much!
Michele Machado
01:51:16
Thank you! Appreciate you all!
Julie Fox-Snively
01:51:18
Did you all share your contact information on one of the slides?
Annette Bierley
01:51:21
Thank you!
Carrie Fitz
01:51:23
Thank you!
Breanna Vegas
01:51:25
is there a way to collect surveys at the end of summer from patrons on the app?
Cindy Jaye
01:51:25
Thank you! Great presentation!
Carlotta Young
01:51:26
Thank You
Desert Seidelman
01:51:28
thank you.
Pamela Hamlin
01:51:28
Thank you all from PGCMLS!
Emily Bunyan
01:51:28
Thank you for a dynamic presentation.
Margarita Ortiz
01:51:32
Good team!
Shannon Donley
01:51:33
I wish I knew who else locally is using so I could reach out for help
Deborah Phillips
01:51:34
Thanks
Sharon Savage
01:51:34
Love this! Thank you for all the great information. I am hoping for a great year in NeCa!
LaToya Mitchell
01:51:34
Thank you!
Chantel Clayton
01:51:36
Thank you!!
Julie Fox-Snively
01:51:37
Thank you.
Kathleen M Wade
01:51:38
Thank you.
Mary Lin Maner
01:51:40
Thank you!
Diane Olivo-Posner
01:51:41
Thanks Beanstack folks!
Kristine Spyker
01:51:44
Thank you for Beanstack!
Mynda Camphouse
01:51:47
Thank you
Michelle Gario
01:51:49
thank you! Will we get the report?
Kathryn Stempf
01:51:50
Thank you. I look forward to sharing what I have learned with those planning the 2022 Summer Reading Program at my library.
Erin Bach
01:51:50
Thank you!
Rosie Robledo
01:51:51
Shannon, post in the User Group to find locals
Mabel Rodirguez
01:51:51
Thank you so much. Amazing presentation
Erica Marks
01:51:52
Thank you!
Janie Kossak
01:51:54
Thank you, AMLIB and Beanstack!
Rosie Robledo
01:51:57
thanks Beanstack !
Margarita Ortiz
01:51:57
Wonderful to you as well!