Check It Out!

Friends of the Laurel County Public Library want you to “check it out!” You could win prizes when you read, listen, watch, and learn. Participation is easy, you’re already eligible every day that you use your library card.

You can enter each day to win, contest ends October 21st. See all the details below.


Each day you check out materials in the library you earn one raffle ticket. You can earn one per day.


Library staff will give you the raffle ticket. Write your full name and phone number legibly on the ticket.


There are three prizes you can choose from to enter. Select the prize drawing you would like to enter by placing your ticket in the corresponding box.


  1. First in line and $25 one time use gift certificate to the Friends sale on Oct. 24th.
  2. Family Friends Membership for 2019-20, a small family gift basket, and two prepaid bags for the Bag Day Sale on Oct. 26th.
  3. First in line and $25 one time use gift certificate to the Vintage & Collectibles Sale on Feb. 8, 2020. (Snow date: Feb. 22, 2020)

Only one raffle ticket per library card holder per day.

You will receive one raffle ticket per check out not per item. Online materials do not count in this campaign.

All library card holders are eligible. Should a child under age 13 win, one adult may accompany them. You do not have to be present to win.

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