Volunteering at the Green Hills Public Library District is a great opportunity to meet friends and to give back to your Library and community. There are several different ways for youth and teens to volunteer at the Library. Pick the one that best suits your schedule.
Individuals interested in volunteering must complete a participation form and be at least 10 years old. Volunteers under 18 years of age must have written permission from a parent or guardian to participate in the volunteer program. Once the participation has been processed and approved, volunteers will receive a welcome email from the Youth Services Librarian Kaitlin Mathers.
Questions can be directed to Youth Services at 708-598-8446 ext. 117 or email@example.com.
Earn volunteer hours from home! Students ages 10-18 can earn virtual service hours from the Library by writing reviews about books, audiobooks, TV series, movies, and video games. Reviews can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval. Approved reviews will appear in whole or part on the Library’s website, social media, or in promotional resources at the Library.
Final school submission forms must be signed by the Head of Youth Services. Forms may be dropped off during all operational hours and volunteers will be contacted when the signed form is ready to be picked up.
Video Game: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Reviewed By: Muhammad Rashid
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a very rewarding game to play. In Smash Ultimate you play as different fighters such as Mario, Sonic, etc. Every fighter has a different move set. Some are either faster or slower than others and there is a varying degree among player’s punching power. At the end of the day you could have fighters but what stage are these fighters playing on? That is what this game exceeded in. In Super Smash Bros Ultimate, you fight on different stages. There are over 60 of them, a wide variety, with over 500 songs appearing on each stage. Each stage makes your characters feel as if they are coming to life with the bright atmosphere this game gives off. Especially with the wide variety of songs to choose from. But that doesn’t mean this game is flawless. The online mode for this game isn’t the best compared to other with its lagging Wi-Fi and poor connections. Most of the time it can lead to players losing many matches because of it. The skill with certain characters are unmatched with some character being able to hit you from across the stage. This leads others to having higher advantages based off how good your character is.
Furthermore what I liked about Smash Bros was that there were a wide variety of fighters to choose from. Same with the stage options. This game gives you a wide variety of options to choose from every category and that is good because as someone who likes to mix things up time to time with the person I am playing as or the stage. It’s nice to have other options. That doesn’t mean there are certain things in the game that don’t bother me. What bothered me the most was that the single player options when you play by yourself aren’t that great. You play in this mode called world of light and in this mode you unlock characters to go and defeat the main boss being crazy and master hand. But after you finish this mode there is not much to do but play the bad online mode. That doesn’t stop me from saying that I fully recommend this game to anyone that is interested in it and is getting a Nintendo switch. They should have this game on their top three list because the amount of effort and work that was put into this game could make this one of the greatest or if not the greatest fighting game of all time.