Untitled design (2)TEEN CULTURE NIGHT

The Teen Advisory Board is presenting a culture night! Everyone is welcome to join us as we learn about  different cultures from around the world; we will be learning language phrases and tasting recipes from these cultures

When: April 25th at 4:30pm @ the Carroll County Library

Which Culture:

Rachel Pritchard will be presenting Greece

Jalia Brodie will be presenting Puerto Rico

Courtney Saylor will be presenting England

Elysia Rhodes will be presenting Finland

Natalie Whitlow will be presenting Japan

Adam Taylor will be presenting Austria

Nikki Cunningham (Director) will be presenting Mexico

Kelli Bolen (Youth Services Librarian) will be presenting Switzerland

RaucousYoung Adult Book Club

The Teen Advisory Board has launched a young adult book club named Raucous Readers. All teens ages 12-18 are welcome to join this book club. Book club meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at 5:00pm. The current book club members have selected Pride and Prejudice and Zombies as their first title to discuss. Copies of this title will be available at the Library’s circulation desk.  The first Raucous Readers meeting will be May 26th @ 5:00pm in the Carroll County Library.


sample Pride and Prejudice Zombies

Teen Advisory Board Meeting 

April 4th @ 5:00 pm 

*All meetings will be held on the first Monday of every month at 5:00pm in the Carroll County Library

The Carroll County Library’s Teen Advisory Board welcomes all teens, 9th-12th grade, to join. The Teen Advisory Board allows teens to make a difference in their community while earning volunteer hours and gaining meaningful experience for resumes and college applications. Please download the application below and return to the Carroll County Library front desk

TAB Members 

  • Meet monthly to share ideas and perspectives as it relates to the Library’s impact on and services offered to the community. We want teens to help the Carroll County Library become a teen-friendly space.
  • Act as ambassadors to the Library, getting friends involved and increasing participation in teen-centered events. Relating suggestions and feedback to the Library staff and the Youth Services Librarian.
  • Contribute to the Library’s social media outreach. Develop creative ways to get the Library’s message and events out into the community.

Become a TAB member

It does not matter if you are home-schooled or attend a public or private High School. The Library is interested in ideas and inputs from teens of all different backgrounds.

teen advisory board application file.

TAB President: Rachel Pritchard

TAB Vice President: April Reynolds

TAB Secretary: Mackenzie Phelps

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