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By Bill Stevenson
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Teen poet's work is on display in Tekoa, Oakesdale

Poetry will be displayed through April 30


April 15, 2021

The library in Tekoa shares space with the museum on Crosby St.

Roger Harnack | The Gazette The library in Tekoa shares space with the museum on Crosby Street.

TEKOA — Teen Poetry Share is a celebration of Tekoa and Oakesdale teenagers' writing during Poetry Month.

Teens' original poetry is on display at the Tekoa and Oakesdale libraries through April 30, said library manager for both branches, Shelly Ausmus.

"This is the first time I have done it, but it's poetry month," she said. "It's meant for local teens."

Young author's poem is on display and each writer is entered into a drawing for a gift basket.

Teen Poetry Share began on April 13, but there is still time for writers to enter a poem to be displayed. Any genre is accepted for entry.


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