TEEN TRACK for 2010 WRITERS STARTING TO FILL

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Yeah!! Our first 10 teens are registering right now for the Teen Track at our 2010 Writers Conference! Students from Turlock Christian School in Turlock, CA are selling muffins in the mornings and ads for the school newspaper to raise the money they need to come to the Conference. They are so excited and their English teacher, Lyn Thompson, is thrilled. So are WE! Years ago Oliver Wendell Holmes said when a mind is stretched by new insight, it can never return to it’s original dimensions! It will be a life changing experience for them.

Do you know of any other Christian Schools who would be interested in sending high schoolers to the Writers Conference? I’m happy to work with them on ideas for raising funds. If they get started right now it will be possible for them, and what an exciting experience to watch them work hard at raising the funds to make this happen. Contact me at rachel.williams@mounthermon.org.

And, are the rest of you working on saving a little each month so that 2010 can be a packed house? You won’t be sorry you did.

Have a wonderful week.

2 Responses to “TEEN TRACK for 2010 WRITERS STARTING TO FILL”

  1. Georgia Kenion

    Dear Staff,

    I’m interested in sending my daughter who is writing her first novel. What are the dates and costs? I know this would be a wonderful experience for her. Please contact with the details….
    Thank You,
    Georgia

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    • Dan Dawson

      Thanks for writing, glad to provide additional details! Most of the conference information as we know it so far is posted at http://mounthermon.org/writers and the dates for the Writers Conference itself is March 26-30, 2019. The conference is preceded by the “Headstart Mentoring Clinic” which runs March 24-26, 2010.

      Charlie Peacock, our keynote speaker, may be best known for his creativity as a singer-songwriter, pianist, record producer, but in addition to his successful music career, he is a published author, speaker and noted expert at the intersection of Christianity and the Arts.

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