Mt. Laurel Library offers teens community service hours with ‘Write Stuff’ event on June 25

Grades five and up can make cards, color and write letters to be distributed to hospitals, nursing homes and members of the military.

Tweens and teen between the ages of 12 to 18 and grades five and up can earn some community service hours or just do a good deed at the Mt. Laurel Library during its “Write Stuff” event on June 25.

During the event, visiting volunteers can make cards, color and write letters that will be distributed to children’s hospitals, nursing homes and members of the military.

The Mt. Laurel Library will provide all materials. No registration is required.

For volunteers who would like to earn service hours in this way, but are unable to attend, contact Christine in the library’s Youth Services Department for a packet that can be completed at home and returned for service credit.