Readers of all ages were eligible for prizes by completing Worthington Libraries' 2015 Summer Reading Club. Grand prize drawings were held at all three library locations after the program ended Aug. 1.

Readers of all ages were eligible for prizes by completing Worthington Libraries' 2015 Summer Reading Club. Grand prize drawings were held at all three library locations after the program ended Aug. 1.

Three bicycles went to area kids under age 5 who completed 7.5 hours or more of reading. Alex Pivarnik was the winner of the bike raffle at Old Worthington Library while Jessica Raymond and Mark Tadros received bikes at Northwest Library and Worthington Park Library, respectively.

Three more bicycles were awarded to kids ages 6-11 who completed 10 hours or more of reading. The recipients were Joey Sargent at Old Worthington Library, Siena Madsen at Northwest Library and Mary Kate Stanhope at Worthington Park Library.

In addition to bicycles, gift cards from Toys 'R' Us, Target, Learning Express Toys, AMC Theatres, Dairy Queen and iTunes also were raffled off. More than 3,000 kids up to age 11 were eligible for the drawings.

Teens were required to read for at least 18 hours to be eligible for a number of gift card drawings; over 580 qualified. Teens who won gift cards of more than $15 were Fatima Kamara, Taylor Elkins, Emma Hildebrand and Wes McCallister at Old Worthington Library; Emma Kim, Ian Hill and Anna Hoblet at Northwest Library; and Avrielle Russell, Lily McGee, Sampreeth Krovvidi and Aritrika Malakar at Worthington Park Library.

More than 450 adults read for at least 18 hours and were eligible to win iPad Minis, Kindle Fires and various gift cards. At Old Worthington Library, Betty Huckaba received the iPad Mini and Joseph Wojnowski won the Kindle Fire; at Northwest Library, Julie Lovegrove and Andy Jaksetic respectively won the iPad Mini and Kindle Fire; and at Worthington Park Library, prizes were claimed by Jaime Olsen (iPad Mini) and Wendy Hill (Kindle Fire).

The reading club was fully funded by the Friends Foundation of Worthington Libraries.