First, we wanted to create an environment where there was proof of the item at home. We came up with the idea that each image needed a handwritten label proving that the item in fact was in their home. The concept was shown through the manager posting her example to follow each day. The learning curve was not having the right permissions set on our page for the public to post images on our posts. That was quickly remedied. The second hurdle was teaching the public the rules and referring to the posted rules through Facebook messenger. Within a few days both staff and public were happily posting items found in their home. Wildwood library attempted to stump the public with a library card, knowing full well our rural library patrons seldom carry them, but we were pleasantly surprised to see our top two winners produce a library card! This program gave us time to work through the kinks of online programming and keep our patrons engaged during the crossover from branch to Facebook. The highlight was seeing a new patron, a teenager, participating and winning the competition with a clean sweep posting every item!