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🙋Just another message for our Pagoda Writers🏯

Dear Pagoda Writers and all creative souls,🏯

We have scheduled our first meeting since March of 2020 for this Saturday, September 18th from 1 - 3 at the Red Bridge Recreation area by the Tulpehocken Creek. The Labyrinth at the Penn State Campus does not have an available bathroom. If you come over Broadcasting Road past the Penn State Campus you will see their sign on the right and corn fields on the left. This intersects with the creek at Tulpehocken Road. Turn left and follow Tulpehocken Road up to the next parking lot on the right. We will be on the grass area to the left of the Pavilion. We will be outside and sitting at least four feet or so between each other to keep each other safe...masks are encouraged if closer contact is possible. Unfortunately, the Pavilion is reserved that day so if it is raining we will need to reschedule to possibly next Saturday at the same place and time. If you see our Burgundy colored Honda minivan with Army plates you will be in the right place.

Please RSVP to me whether you plan on attending or need any further directions or have questions. If you know of a place we could meet in the future I would appreciate your ideas. It's a beautiful space but no shelter except the trees surrounding it. There are facilities there to use. I encourage everyone to bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on, pens and paper and please RSVP by email or phone by Thursday evening to me or asap and bring a piece of work to the gathering to share or just come and join us if you are new to the group.

You can sign up for emails each month by going to our website pagodawriters.com and/or just call or email me so I am able to contact you with any further information of upcoming events that you may be interested in attending. I do prefer phone calls but emails are fine as well.☎ 610 413 0373

Thanks very much to all of you in support of our mission in sharing ideas, works, and all our creative talents that enhance our lives. We've been meeting over ten years now and I hope to continue into the next decade or more.

"When writing a novel a writer should create living people; people, not characters. A character is a caricature." Ernest Hemingway

Gratefully,

Sincerely,

Linda Marie (Thompson) Thomas aka L.T. James
Pagoda Writers
Volunteer Coordinator
Creative Life Consulting
Barefoot Writing
610 413 0373 cell☎
pagodawriters.com
1840 Lorraine Road
Reading, PA 19604
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