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Conference for Young Writers set for Jan. 5 in Marshall

Presenters at the event will teach students writing techniques to help them enhance their stories and get them excited about reading and writing.

Child writing stock photo by Drew Perales on Unsplash.
Child writing stock photo by Drew Perales on Unsplash.
Drew Perales / Unsplash.
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MARSHALL — Students who love telling stories, whether they’re scary, funny, epic, entertaining or edifying can learn more about creating great stories, poetry and characters at the upcoming Conference for Young Writers.

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Presenters at the event will teach students writing techniques to help them enhance their stories and get them excited about reading and writing.

Students will attend three hands-on learning sessions pertaining to an area of writing, and the conference will kick off with Peter Bloedel, professor of theater, musician and juggler.

The event, which is open to students in grades 3 through 8, will be Jan. 5 at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, with a snow date of Jan. 6.

Schools and parents can register students online at swwc.org/yw or contact (507) 537-2257 or andrea.anderson@swwc.org for more information.

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