Young authors now in school library

Nine Burns Lake students at William Konkin Elementary school were selected as winners of the 2013 Young Writers of Canada contest.

Winners of the 2013 Young Writers of Canada contest.

Nine Burns Lake students at William Konkin Elementary school were selected as winners of the 2013 Young Writers of Canada contest.

On Nov. 7, 2013, the school gathered to celebrate their achievement, and former story contest winner Abby Michell presented six of the students with copies of the anthology they are now published in.

Three of the contest winners were not available for the assembly. Pictured here are Abby Michell, WKE teacher Judy Thompson, librarian Kevin Miller, and contest winners Micah Watson, Clorese George, Bradley Golar, Brianna Bjorgen, Blair Bysouth, and Christian Robinsons. Not available for the photo were Darren Joseph, Noah Bjarnason, and Nichol Reed.


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