Canyon Crest Academy Writers Conference

Ghostwriter Helen Chang of Ocean Cloud Media, CCA English teacher and Creative Writing Club advisor Milan Perisic

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Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club held its second annual Canyon Crest Academy Writers Conference Feb. 23. Best-selling authors and other writing professionals provided inspirational and educational workshops to students of eight local high schools.

Because of the generosity of conference Gold Sponsors OSI Soft, GE Digital Services, Summa Education and Accenture, as well as fundraising by the Creative Writing Club, this event was free to high school students. Photos/Jon Clark

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