Penny Lane gave support to Youth Writers Camp

I would like to say thank you to Penny Lane Bargain Outlet Store for being a contributor to the Gems of British Columbia Camp Anthology.

Dear Editor:

On behalf of all the eight- to 18-year-old creative young writers, who have attended the British Columbia Youth Writers Camp, since 2008, I would like to say good-bye and thank you to the Summerland Penny Lane Bargain Outlet Store for being a huge contributor to the Gems of British Columbia Camp Anthology over the years.

The society has been a supporter to our young students through sponsorship of the publication of the Gems of British Columbia, the camp anthology, featuring the work of the campers. The society’s support will be missed.

Yasmin John-Thorpe

British Columbia Youth Writers Camp Organizer



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