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Writing showcase 1985 / East Noble School Corporation.

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch HERITAGE HISTORY LOCAL AUTHORS ENHS.1985 (Text) 1985 37516001950408 Area--Circulation Desk-Limberlost Available -
Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch HERITAGE HISTORY LOCAL AUTHORS ENHS.1985 (Text) 1985 37516001966096 Area--Russell Frehse Room Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 105 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Kendallville, IN : The East Noble School Corporation, 1982-

Content descriptions

General Note:
Annual literary magazine published from 1982 to 1997.
Formatted Contents Note:
1985 Writing Showcase / Tracy Huth, Brandon Spidel, Fawn High, Neal Walters, Daniel Driver, Becky Beaty, Rodney Barr, Teri Sobieski, Laura Gisel, Sarah Henney, Lori Perkins, Alissa Beltz, Angela Houser, Joshua Brennan, Roger Baisden, Sara Engerman, Missy Landes, Melissas Albaugh, Douglas Sprague, Kim Kearns, Tracy Petrie, Brett Harwood, Amanda Crager, Jenny Probst, Joshua Savoie, Angie Blaskie, Kim Hoover, David Frick, Erin Zeedyk, Travis Tuffley, Melissa Marti, Jon Tobin, Mandy Miller, Heather Luce, Missy Liebing, Curt Young, Lanisa Keyes, Becky Bobay, Heather Trowbridge, Lisa Jones, Lisa Lowder, Jamie Bailey, Chris Caudill, Scott Perlich, Heather Buntjer, Scott Vorndran, Nicole Rookstool, Jill Goodwin, John Mountz, Jenny Stevens, Kristy Howard, Daphne Hower, Stephanie Herr, Seth Boszor, Amanda Rider, Heather Davis, Michael Dean, Stacy Handshoe, Sara Schermerhorn, Alicia Maurer, Sara Ihrie, Catrina Clifton, Stacy Spears, Lena Rose, Craig Meyer, Christan Bohde, Rene DeMuyt, Bill McKinley, Kevin Liedel, Elizabeth Wells, Wade Wyckoff, Lenora Arnold, Jonathan Miller, Tracey Stanchfield, Michelle Edwards, David VanderKaay, Beth Ann Gisel, Amy Van Winkle, Barry Klopfer, Tony Ott, Greg Cox, Paulette Deskins, Jason Nesser, Amy Gilbert, Shanie Criswell, Kelly Bushong, Stephanie McNeal, Julie Cook, Justin Aumsbaugh, Corey Cook, Jenny Sloan, Michele Herr, Kelly Huth, Stacy Stieglitz, Susie Hamman, Mindy Henry, Phoebe Tackett, Cindy Reeves, Travis Yontz, Scott Sizemore, Stephanie Van Auken, April Tutttle, April Summers, Jennifer Leamon, Todd Caldwell, Kelly Klopfenstein, Corey Bowen, Melissa Leamon, Ryan Harding, Corey Bowen, Kendra Stinson, Megan Hart, Kelly Coole, Shelly Nichols, Amy Mathews, Lori Lawrence, Jennifer Keil, Eric Blackman, Michael Birchman, Christy Diehm, Kim Irwin, Kerri Allen, Eric Chandler, David Kneubuhler, Amanda Luther, Jason Mason, Joel Jollier, Ryan Crist, Natalie Baughman, Jaymee Wappes, Ryan Nowels, Marjorie Reynolds, Aren Munk, Hillary Robinson, David Meyer, Krystall Branham, Lori Holbrook, David Hale, Carrie Hall, Mark Sanders, Erin Schermerhorn, Ramona Meray, Renee Miller, Jessica Fults, Kelly Ott, Marjorie Sibert, Eric Essley, Kristin Pease, Sara Baker, Jason Gossett, Teal Garrels, Lisa Hurlbut, Michelle Kammerer, Jason Diehl, Jason Deveau, Joyce Spieth, Jason Lutter, Heather Robinson, Chad Huth, Chandy Shull, Tony Landgraff, Sean Maxwell, Robbie Rice, John Rouch, Jessica McKinley, Mike Smith, Ben Cramer, Maddie Deming, Natalie Baughman, Andy Landgraff, Lori Dobrowski, Joe Londt, Barry Klopfer, Joshua Henney, Angie DePriest, Tracy Slone, Chris Ludy, Lori Barker, Amy McKenzie, Mike Collins, Elizabeth Laur, Tracy Huth, Brad Knox, Kristy Young, Sarah Avery, Eric Walkup, Kelli Mapes, Lisa Peachy, Gavin Repelogle, Karl Hartman, Steve Bobay, Bradley Buhro, Kim Berkey, Melissa Heller, Sunshine Shipley, Trisha Parks.
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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