The Brigantine library held two Oscar contests in anticipation of the annual awards show.
Charles Leiby, of Brigantine, won the Oscar-prediction ballot by correctly answering 19 of 24 questions. For choosing the most winners, he won four bus seats on a New York City trip in May.
Mark Dunn, also of Brigantine, won a raffle from a drawing of patrons who checked out any current or previous Oscar-nominated films. He won a DVD of his choice from two movies, "Victoria and Abdul," or "Kubo and the Two Strings."