NEW PHILADELPHIA − Tuscarawas County Writers Guild and Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition are sponsoring a community writing contest for teens and adults. The contest is part of the 2022 Tuscarawas County One Book, One Community project. The essay topic for the contest is “Broken Crayons Still Color: How Did You Find Peace After a Tragedy?” Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three teens and the top three adults. Submission deadline is Oct. 7. For complete contest information, visit any public library in Tuscarawas County or go to https://tuscliteracy.org/1b1c/. The featured book for this year's One Book, One Community project is “Kent State,” by Deborah Wiles. The book explores of one of the darkest moments in our nation's history, when American troops killed four students protesting the Vietnam War on May 4, 1970, at Kent State University. For more information on the 2022 One Book, One Community project, contact Jim Gill at 330-343-6123 or email email@example.com. This article originally appeared on The Times-Reporter: One Book, One Community writing contest open for entries
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