recognized for their efforts Thursday at William Woods University.
Delta English honor society will host its annual Young Writer’s awards ceremony
at 7 p.m. in WWU’s Library Auditorium. Parents, family and friends are welcome
Elementary—Debra Hunter’s kindergarten class: Noah Cerenka, Wyatt Wilfley
and Sophia Frank.
Elementary—Heidi Ebersole’s fourth grade class: Lima Sherzad, Kirstyn Case
and Olivia Abbott-Havers.
Elementary—Katie Marshall’s second grade class: Allie Schenewerk, Jayna
Davison, and Emma Fennel
Christian Academy—Whitney Trowbridge’s kindergarten class: Avin Hernandez,
Noah Thompson and Abby Bonnel.
Young Writer’s Competition each year, the Eta Mu chapter of Sigma Tau Delta hopes
to foster a love and appreciation for the English language in the local
students in kindergarten through sixth grade. First, second, and third place
are awarded to students from each class who display the most creativity in
their writing. Entries can include poems and short stories.
we hope to inspire creativity that will last long into their adult lives,” said
Becky Roberts, Sigma Tau Delta secretary.
B&B Theatres in Fulton, Mo., will be awarded to first place winners. Second
place winners will receive free game passes from Fulton Bowling Center. All
winners will receive a book compilation, as well as a goody bag.
our events this year,” said Erik Hillskemper, Sigma Tau Delta sponsor. “Our
chapter has grown so much in the last year. We elected
the right officers, which helps, and everyone is on board while having a lot of
fun. We’ve become one of the most active clubs on campus.”
international honorary society that strives to confer distinction for high
achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate and
professional studies. Through its local chapters, it also strives to provide
cultural stimulation on college campuses and promote interest in literature and
the English language in surrounding communities.