Winners of Moffat Library Writing Contest Announced

Winners of Moffat Library Writing Contest Announced

“Moffat” pencil and watercolor by Peyton Andretta, age 9
Winners of Moffat Library Writing Contest Announced

Thank you to all the young people who submitted a piece for the 2017 Moffat Library Writing Contest!  We are inspired by your appreciation and commitment to the Moffat Library.  All the entries will be published in a Commemorative Booklet to go on display at the Moffat Library after the Grand Re-Opening in September.

*Thanks to our judges, Rosemarie Werkman, Eugenia Moscowitz & Maureen Knipp who judged the work anonymously.

We look forward to sharing the creativity of all these talented young people with our whole community when we are back in the historic Moffat Library building.

Level A (Grades 3-5) Winners:

First Place: "A Place to Call Home" by Elizabeth Wakeham

Honorable Mention: "The Library of Dreams" by Abigail Fontana

Level B (Grades 6-8) Winners:

First Place: "Moffat Library Was and Is: A Letter to my Younger Self" by Miranda Frisbee

Honorable Mention: "The Relationship of Libraries and Memories" by Julia Ariano

Level C (Grades 9-12) Winners:

First Place: "What does the Moffat Library Mean to Me?" by Michaela Frisbee

Honorable Mention: "The Moffat Library is..." by Samantha Frisbee

Cover Art for the Commemorative Booklet by Peyton Andretta

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