The results are in for the winners of the Whistler Public Librarys Young Adult Writing Contest. The Library sponsored the second annual contest in order to attract young adults to our services with the hope that the Young Adult Writing Contest will increase their awareness of the library.
Many thanks to all the students who entered the contest and to judges John Snelgrove and Clare Ogilvie who selected the winning compositions. The short stories and poems will be posted on our Web site at www.whistlerweb.net.
The winners for the short story competition, ages 12-14 were:
1 st Beware of the Lear by Paige Harley
2 nd London England Please by Blaine Vernon-Jarvis
3 rd The Lope by Michelle Holmes
The winners for the short story competition, ages 15-18 were:
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1 st Choosing the Whistle Walk by Matthew Friesen
1 st Untitled by Meg McKeever
2 nd The Park Bench by Jessica Ellis
The winners for the poetry competition, ages 12-14 were:
1 st Only 14 by Sarah Brackstone
2 nd As I Look Around by Blaine Vernon-Jarvis
3 rd Storm by Paige Harley
The winners for the poetry competition, ages 15-18 were:
1 st Growing Old With You by Matthew Friesen
2 nd Lucus by Anonymous
3 rd Identities by Kath Rybar
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