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Local writer receives accolades for poetry, feature article

Posted: Thursday, October 10, 2013 12:08 pm

Barbara Booth, Clay Center, didn’t expect to bring home four awards in writing when she attended the Kansas Author’s Club in Wichita last weekend.

Three of those awards are in poetry categories. Booth took first place in the Whimsy poetry contest among 51 entries  for entry titled “True Words.” She also won second place for her poem titled “Reservation” in the Poetry Free Verse Contest, which had 95 entries; and took second place for the Theme poem contest, which had 32 entries, for her entry titled “Our Town.”

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