Copperas Cove Library wants local students to help plan spring and summer activities.

Teens have the opportunity to give suggestions for the activities and programs they would to see at the library. According to the library’s website, past activities included crafts, games, contests and a puppet theatre.

Trudy Daniels of Lampasas takes her two children, Amber, 5, and Terry, 13, to the library often.

“I think it’s great that the library is offering suggestions from our city’s teens. They are the ones who are most likely to come in here,” Daniels said.

Teen suggestion notes are available at the library. Suggestions are only open for teens ages 11-15 and notes should be submitted to the library.

“I am going to suggest they have tabletop gaming tournaments every weekend,” said Terry, an eighth-grader at Copperas Cove Junior High.

COLLEGE PREP: The library’s reference section is on hand to aid college-bound and military-bound students with the latest study guide editions of college or military entrance exams, including:

  • “ACT 2014 Edition” McGraw-Hill by Steven W. Dulan
  • “ASVAB for Dummies” by Rod Powers, retired Air Force
  • “Kaplan’s ASVAB” the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
  • “Barron’s ASVAB: Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery” by Terry L. Duran

All SATs preps and study guides are also available via OverDrive eBooks. Please contact the Reference Desk for availability and/or book reservations.

The Cove City Library is at 501 S. Main St. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and closed Sunday. Call 254-547-3826.

Monique Brand - Herald correspondent​

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