Earlier this summer, the Lebanon County Library System’s (LCLS) e-library celebrated a major milestone — its 150,000th ebook checkout.

The book, checked out by Lebanon Community Library patron Susan Rodkey, brought with it more than just the satisfaction of a good read: To celebrate the occasion, Lylab Technology Solutions presented Rodkey with an Acer Iconia Tab 10 Tablet.

“I can’t believe I won, I’m never this lucky,” said Rodkey, according to the library’s press release.

Anyone with a Lebanon County Library System library card can check out e-books in the library’s digital collection.

Library cards are free for Lebanon county residents and can be obtained at LCLS libraries in Annville, Fredericksburg, Lebanon, Myerstown, Palmyra, or Richland while open.

As of now, the library offers 3,500 e-books and e-audiobooks total. These can be viewed on a wide variety of devices at any time and have no late fees, since they are automatically returned when they are due.

For more information on library events, follow the LCLS’s Facebook page.

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Emily Bixler was born and raised in Lebanon and now reports on local government. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and going for hikes.


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