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Teen Tech Week at local libraries

Teens can celebrate Teen Tech Week 2011 by participating in Fraser Valley Regional Library’s (FVRL) Teens Tweet contest running March 7 through 13.

A Twitter treasure hunt of sorts, teens can enter to win prizes, including an Apple iPad and Toshiba Netbook.

The contest is open to teens aged 13 to 19 with FVRL cards and who live or work in a community that FVRL serves.

The contest will involve teens getting daily instructions from FVRL’s Twitter contest page. Teens will use the instructions to complete a task using Twitter, Facebook or the FVRL website.

Winners will be chosen by random draw March 21.

For more information, including contest rules and instructions, visit  http://www.fvrl.ca” www.fvrl.ca or your nearest FVRL location.

Fraser Valley Regional Library is the largest public library system in British Columbia, with 24 community libraries serving over 680,000 people in its service area.

Established in 1930, it is funded with taxes raised in the community it serves, plus a B.C. government operating grant.

The governing board consists of elected officials representing 15 member municipalities and regional districts.

With its mission “to connect people to the world of information and ideas,” FVRL plays a prominent role in the communities throughout the Fraser Valley.

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