BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County Library System of New Jersey partnered with the Somerset Patriots for an action-packed Library Night Aug. 27 at TD Bank Ballpark to commemorate the completion of SCLSNJ’s Summer Reading Challenge.

Baseball fans and Library customers connected with multiple authors; shared the fun of baseball; discovered what their Library had to offer; and more. 

The Library system saw increases in both patron participation and total days read from 2018. The 9,600 Somerset County residents who participated in the Summer Reading Challenge logged a total of 181,910 days read, a 6 percent increase from the previous year.

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Representing SCLSNJ at the ballpark were Rich Loomis, SCLSNJ digital services manager; Brian Morgan, SCLSNJ director of finance; Ken Utter, library commission vice chairman; Anthony Suriano, library commission chairman; Brian Auger, county library administrator; Catherine Heldt, library commissioner; and Nancy Stoll, library commissioner.

SCLSNJ’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored by the Somerset Patriots; MyCentralJersey.com; EmPoWER Somerset; the Somerset County Business Partnership (SCBP); the Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board; and Barnes & Noble, Bridgewater. For more information about SCLSNJ explore: SCLSNJ.org.