By Megan Miller, Editor
PINSON – The Pinson Public Library is hosting a Paw Patrol Party on July 9 at 11 a.m.
The show follows a boy named Ryder, who leads a pack of dogs to work together on rescue missions, and following this format, the library will have stations set up highlight community helpers. Each station will represent a Paw Patrol pup.
The Center Point Fire Department, a Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy and her canine partner and the Alabama Environmental Council are all scheduled to participate, in addition to other activities being offered.
Life South will be on site with their mobile donation center for adults who’d like to donate blood.
Additionally the library is over halfway through their summer reading program, but they still invite locals in the community to sign up and participate. You can sign up anytime the library is open and all activities are free, although some require registration.