Something to write home about…

Along with winning first place for her poetry submission, Stissing Mountain graduate Juliana Losee won first place for her creative nonfiction work. Photo by Brenda Bertin

PINE PLAINS —The Friends of the Pine Plains Free Library applauded the creativity and authorship of the 75 students who submitted their work to this year’s annual Young Writers Contest. Open to students in grades six through twelve, the participating students were honored during a ceremony held in the Pine Plains Community Room above the library this May

A full list of contest winners and honorable mentions can be viewed online at the Pine Plains Central School District website at www.ppcsd.org. 

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