Time for families to get creative

Story writing contest now open for all families in AH

Families throughout Agassiz and Harrison will once again have the opportunity to be published authors.

The Family Story Writing Contest is back, says Debbie Lamberger, the Agassiz-Harrison Community Services literacy coordinator.

Families are asked to write a fully illustrated children’s story.

The competition is open to all families, and the deadline (Dec. 28) is looming. If you and your relatives are interested in this fun competition, pick up a package from the Agassiz Library. The winning book will be published in January, and there will be a book launch at the Agassiz Library on January 30.

For more information, phone Lamberger at 604-796-2585.

 

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