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Writing showcase 1983 / East Noble School Corporation.

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Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch HERITAGE HISTORY LOCAL AUTHORS ENHS.1983 (Text) 1983 37516001977819 Area--Russell Frehse Room Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: J, 121 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Kendallville, Ind. : The East Noble School Corporation, 1982-

Content descriptions

General Note:
Annual literary magazine published from 1982 to 1997.
Formatted Contents Note:
1983 Writing Showcase / Sara Herendeen, Amy Desper, Tia Smith, Matthew Sollenberger, Lori Barker, Margaret Younis, Dyanne Hower, Tracy Huth, Daniel Fetter, Gabe Parrish, Rene DeMuyt, Sarah Avery, Amie Kuchar, Heath Hays, Jamie Miller, Brad Graham, Tracy Slone, Tammy Garrison, Rachel Bailey, Katie Warrener, Douglass Sprague, Daphine Hower, Buffie Treece, Cory Stout, Jeremy Martin, Michael Birchman, Brian Ferrell, Jenny Burleson, Alex Lovely, Sherry Randol, Matt Pugh, Colleen Rhodes, Emily Schermerhorn, Jason Weber, Christy Bushong, Natalie Baughman, Andy Landgraff, Ryan Harding, Jenny McDonald, Bill Cramer, Michelle Albaugh, Jennifer Lehman, Jamey Childers, Christopher Ludy, Stephanie Lockridge, Elizabeth Laur, Lorie Lenox, Angela Bortner, Missy Lieburg, Chris Ackerman, Amy Schweiger, Jessica Bunger, Chris Miller, Rusty Sobasky, Angela Henrick, Autumn Bange, Kris Melchi, Tiffany Lovett, David Meyer, Dane Brandgard, Kristi Woodring, Adam Young, Travis Ehret, Nicol Campbell, Michele Herr, Adam Pugh, Melissa Henry, Kelley Huth, Jon Blackman, Renee Stackhouse, Kim Irwin, Jill MIller, Doug Cook, Kathy Herron Katie Reichart, Pat Haney, Steve Blum, Shane Householder, David Riccius, Eric Senne, Erin Frick, Wendy Weber, Katie Reichart, Rhonda Metz, Jodi Willison, Polly Bower, Jason Goodman, Paula Buckland, Jenny Wallace, Jodi Owen, Jon Miller, Adam Gibson, Kristy Young, Stephanie Ramer, Kelli Mapes, Brent Hull, Lori Stollar, Gena Gidley, Andy Stout, Jennie DeWald, Andy Perkins, Scott Peck, Nicole Wagner, Jennie DeWald, Karen Tipton, Mark Demske, Jim Scheruich, Kevin Liedel, Lori Bennigan, Krystall Branham, Sarah Falkiner, Steve Combs, Claudia Gray, Robert Gard, Naomi DeMers, Jefrey Forker, Kelly Richardson, Dawn Mumma, Brandon Holliday, Chanda Cole, Lori Bennigan, Steve Malone, Jenny Lash, Ann Barr, Rod O'Connor, Aren Munk, Casey Scheurich, Brian Brown, Julie Willeson, Brent Terry, Jamie Byerley, Anita Byler, Kathy Snyder, Dominic J. Driver, Candy Ream, Sandra Sedgwick, Jim Hicks, Jeremy Greenlee, Heather Robinson, Stephanie Van Auken, Chadd Thomas, Billy Nartker, Steven Perez, Joel Smith, Sharon Gibson, Elizabeth Peterson, Suzanne Coons, Laurie Ray, Delores Chorpenning, Dawn Mason, Danny Ray Ramey, Shannoa Garreett, Paula Handshoe, John Malone, Trina Zimmerman, Amy Dilts, Lisa Fleck, Valaine Weber, tom Ashby, Lori Bishop, Richard Hobson, Laura Kelty, Christal Cheek, Eric Smith, Lucinda Wingfield, Kim Sheley, Rodney Ritchie, Peggy Baldwin, Michelle allen, Mark Grubb, Lucinda Wingfield, matt Bearman, Erica Dekko, Shirley Keene, Karen Quesenberry, Amy Newcomer, Aimee Billow, Lucinda Wingfield, Nicky Driver,, Shelly Keinplin.
Summary, etc.:
"To participate in this literary magazine, students from kindergarten through eighth grade and teachers together were asked to submit their classroom writings on a voluntary basis. These writings were then screened by students, the classroom teacher, followed by a committee from the Young Authors' Conference. Many of the students employed creative writing techniques taught to them throughout their years of school. These techniques helped make their writings more colorful, vivid, realistic, humorous, imaginative, and delightful."--from Preface
Writing Showcase is a composite sampling from the following schools in the East Noble School Corporation: Avilla, Central, Kendallville Middle School, LaOtto, North Side, Rome City and Wayne Center, Noble County, Indiana.
Subject: Children's writings, American > Indiana > Noble County.

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