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16th Annual Writing Contest Winners

haltom city texas public libraryThe winners of the 16th Annual Haltom City Writer's Contest have been chosen.

Congratulations to the winners:

Short Story - Grades 7-9

1st Place - Jude Oster of Saginaw

2nd Place - Ethan Isgitt of Fort Worth

3rd Place - Lydia Wells of Fort Worth

 Short Story - Grades 10-12

1st Place - Blake Beckworth-Wilkerson of North Richland Hills

 Short Story - Adult

1st Place - Fred Zhu of Haltom City

2nd Place - Taylor Scott of Haltom City

3rd Place - Melanie Jones of Watauga

 Poetry - Grades 7-9

1st Place - Ethan Isgitt of Fort Worth

2nd Place - Lydia Wells of Fort Worth

3rd Place - Taylor Key of Fort Worth

Poetry - Grades 10-12

1st Place Kaylee - Lathrop of North Richland Hills

Poetry - Adult

1st Place - Kelly Alana Swift of North Richland Hills

2nd Place - Kelly Alana Swift of North Richland Hills

3rd Place - Beverly Caldwell of North Richland Hills

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