Santa Clarita Teen Author Shines In Sister Cities Competition

Her essay The Powerful Exchange of Love takes the grand prize in the Young Authors and Artists Showcase.
  

'Enlightenment and Progress through Exchange,' by Charmaine Agawin from Santa Clarita's sister city Sariaya, Philippines, was one of five international finalists in the program.

Published: 06/26/2013

by Christina Elston


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