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Natalie Smith, Kimberly Sullivan are SnoValley Writes contest winners; to read works April 10

Two local writers have been awarded prizes in the SnoValley Writes! 2012 Writing Contest.

Natalie Smith, 13, a student at St. Joseph School in Snoqualmie, won in the Young Adult Writer Category for her piece, "The Battle."

Kimberly Sullivan won in the Adult Writer category for her piece, "Cave."

Both writers will read their work at SnoValley Writes Word Jazz, 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, at Boxley's in North Bend.

That night, winners and writing group members will reveal their latest literary journal, "Views, Voices & Verses, Vol. 3:  Three Is A Magic Number."

SnoValley Writes saw four times the amount of entries this year, compared to prior annual competitions.

Learn more about SnoValley Writes at

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