Winners Chosen for Halloween Story!
Click on this link, Story Winners,
to see winners and to read stories.
The Rules for the story were as described below.
Enter our Halloween story contest about the Fire Witch!!
We all know that witches are not real
but objects of fantasy. But, in keeping with the Halloween season, let's
play "What if?" Write your story about the Glendale Fire Witch standing
in the burning window of the mill. The mill burned on March 20, 2004 and
was expertly photographed by Mr. Terry Gilmer. Answer such questions
such as -Who was she? - Why was she in the window? - Did she start the fire
or was she trying to put it out? - Where did she come from or was she from
Glendale? Use your imagination and make your story
Rules of the Competition
There will be one competition for students
and another for adults. Maximum length for the story is 1,000 words.
Stories must be received by Halloween Day, October 31, 2008. Be sure
and tell us your name, age and email address or regular address.
Stories will be judged by an impartial panel of people with ties to
Glendale. The prizes will be that the winning stories, along with a photo
of each author, will be showcased on this website.
Send your story
as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
or send it by conventional mail to:
1311 Jahnz Ave.
Summerville, SC 29485
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This web site has been
started as a public service to share the story of Glendale. The
web master and person to contact about putting information on the
web site is Mary McKinney Teaster. Contact her at:
email@example.com or by telephone at (843) 873-8117.
See more information about Mary and her Glendale connection
at Mary McKinney Teaster.