Showing posts with label write true stories. Show all posts
Showing posts with label write true stories. Show all posts

Friday, August 21, 2015

Let Me Help You Tell Your Story

We had a terrific course of writing at Tri-County Community College, Murphy, NC back in the spring. We will begin another series of four classes on Tuesday, September 1, 6:00 p.m.  This is a two hour class in the Community Enrichment Program once each week and everyone can be home before it is dark.

These are some of the dedicated writers from my spring class, 2015 at Tri-County Community College

I can tell we will be writing interesting and informative true life stories as we always do in these classes. My students get excited about sharing their work and hearing answers to their questions. 

We write to learn about ourselves as well as tell about our loved ones.  We find the writing of others will trigger a memory we had long forgotten, and I see students grabbing pens to jot down those memories before they slip away like a wisp of smoke. That is what can happen to memories if you don't write them down.

I hope, if you have thought about taking a class on writing true life stories (non-fiction) about yourself, your family, your experiences, your war stories, your college stories, your stories that you want to tell someone, maybe your family and friends, or just to write because it is fun,  this is the class to take.

or call Tri-County Community College in Murphy, NC (828) 835-4241 and ask for Lisa in the Community Enrichment Program.
Email her at: lthompson@tricountycc.edu 
She will explain registration procedure.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Write these dates on your calendar

It is not too soon. Write these dates on your calendar - March 5 - April 9.
Glenda Beall teaches at Tri-County Community College between Hayesville and  Murphy, NC. Call and register now.
Call Lisa at (828) 835-4313



Write Your Life Stories for Your Children and 
Grandchildren: 
Maybe your grandchildren live miles
away and you see them once or twice a year. Maybe
your children or grandchildren are just too busy to
listen to stories about your childhood, growing up
in the last half of the twentieth century. Have you
always planned to write about your life for your
children and grandchildren? In this class you will learn
how to write your stories so they will be interesting,
enlightening and entertaining. That will be the most
valuable and long-lasting possession you can give to
them.
Instructor: Glenda Beall                    Minimum students: 6
Tuesday afternoons - March 5 - April 9       for 6 wks
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.




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