The Victoria Theater hosted the awards ceremony for the 12th edition of the Short Story Literary Competition
The municipality of Blanca has concluded the events on the occasion of the Writing Day, in which 558 students from the schools Antonio Molina, La Milagrosa and Virgen del Pilar, as well as the secondary school Valle del Segura, participated, an initiative thanks to the General Book Council and under the organization of the Education and Culture departments.
The Victoria Theater hosted the awards ceremony for the 12th edition of the short story literary competition ‘The Day of Writing, Writing to Read’, attended by the Mayor, Pedro Luis Molina; the chairman of the General Book Council, Isabel Molina; the Councilor for Education, Paula Cano; the project coordinator, Sara Moreno; and the illustrator of the book that will be published with the winning stories, Estefanía Ramos.
The winners are Mario Navarro (La Milagrosa) for ‘A hidden talent’; Oumniya El Hamiti (“The Miraculous) for “The Last Melody”; and Alain Carpena (Virgen del Pilar) for ‘Little Dino’. The godmother of this issue, the Galician writer María Menéndez-Ponte, read the proclamation and talked to the school children.
Source: La Verdad
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