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Writers noted for vision

Semiahmoo Arts has announced the winning entries in its Summery Writing Contest.

First prize went to David Blinkhorn for his poem Vision/Re-vision; second to Lee Belliveau for her poem Kwomais; and third to M.S. Chapman for a story called Drifting.

Honorable mentions were awarded to Connie Wadge and Gloria Tiede, who will receive year-long memberships to Semiahmoo Arts.

While organizers were hoping to have the three winning entries read at the opening ceremonies for a labyrinth being built in Kwomais Point Park, as those will not take place until the spring, they will instead be read at 1:30 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 13), as part of events scheduled for between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

The theme of the writing contest was vision.

 

 

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