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2010 contest winners

Front row, from left, winners are Sheree Snuggs, Grace Morgan, Jordan Sikes and Skylar Boone; back row, from left, Marquita Coit, Ashley Bennett, Amelia Burr, Kayla Jones, Tracey Brewer, Libby Allen, Moralee Hoffman and Tracie Boone. Jessica Nicole Hall is not shown.

22nd Annual Awards Ceremony held

     The Anson County Writer’s Club held its 22nd annual awards ceremony on Feb. 27 at the Hampton B. Allen’s Library’s Little Theater. Certificates and cash prizes totaling $285 were presented to 14 winners in prose and poetry.
     ACWV president Rufus Getzen welcomed the winners and contest co-chairmen Carla Marshall and Sandy Bruney presented the awards. Following the presentations, the winners, along with their families and friends, were treated to a reception of punch and snacks.
     The 2010 contest winners are:
     Youth Prose (grades 3-6), first place, “Journey in the Castle” by Jessica Nicole Hall, Ansonville Elementary School; second place, “If I Were Lucky Enough to be Granted Three Wishes” by Grace Morgan, Ansonville Elementary School; third place “Looking Out My Window” by Jordan Sikes, Ansonville Elementary School.
     Youth Poetry (grades 3-6), first “My Pumpkin” by Skylar Boone, Lilesville Elementary School;

second place “A Cold December Day” by Sharee Snuggs, Ansonville Elementary School.
     Youth Prose (grades 7-9); first place “My Titanic Journey” by Tracey Brewer, Anson County Early College.
     Youth Poetry (grades 7-9), first place “One Horse Town” by Amelia Burr, Anson New Tech High School; second place “Every Little Ingredient” by Kayla Jones, Anson New Tech High School.
     Youth Poetry (grades 10-12), first place “At a Distance” by Ashley Bennett, Anson County Early College.
     Adult Prose, first place “Down to the Last Cup” by Libby Allen, Wadesboro; second place “Battle in the Boardroom” by Marquita Coit, Morven.
     Adult Poetry, first place “Remind Me Again” by Tracie Boone, Peachland; second place “Chosen” by Mora Lee Hoffman, Polkton; third place “Thanksgiving Day is on the Way” by Libby Allen.

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