Ottawa-Glandorf basketball coach Tyson McGlaughlin and some team members came out last week to speak to youth enrolled in the Summer Reads program at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa. (Photo submitted)
Ottawa-Glandorf basketball coach Tyson McGlaughlin and some team members came out last week to speak to youth enrolled in the Summer Reads program at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa. (Photo submitted)

OTTAWA — Last week was a busy week at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa, with children and adults enjoying reading together.

The tenth annual Summer Reads program was held at the church with 45 students reading with over 40 volunteers from the community. The volunteers included retired teachers, law officers, city employees, and church members. The program was open to students who had finished kindergarten to those who had finished fifth grade. The program was held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

A special event during the Summer Reads was when Ottawa-Glandorf basketball coach Tyson McGlaughlin and members of his basketball team came out to speak to the students and read with them.