One World Many Stories was the theme for the 2011 Ola Library Summer Reading Program. Participants visited a different country each week. They first located the country on the globe and on a world map and learned the country's word of greeting. They listened to a folktale, did an art project, played a game, and sampled a food representative of each country. Countries visited included India, Chile, China, Scotland and South Africa. Mark and Tia Andelin , dressed in traditional Chilean clothing, presented the program for Chile. They included a demonstration of the national dance.
Those who reached summer reading goals they had set for themselves included, Carrie Andelin, who participated in the Read-to-Me section of the program, Moises Chavez, John Slade, Lydia Slade, Anahi Chavez, Lily Heiple, Jiles Andelin, Katelyn Andelin, Spencer Andelin, Ulysses Chavez, Ezra Andelin. Also pictured, Judie McCaulou, library board chairman, and librarian, MaryLee Blackford. Not pictured, Linda Rau, who helped with the program each week.