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Here are the winners of the 2012 William Saroyan Story Writing Contest. [portfolio_slideshow id=463]   TO DOWNLOAD ALL THE IMAGES ABOVE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, CLICK HERE!      
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Come to the Saroyan Town Walk-Saturday, April 28, 2012 You will learn about William Saroyan and his early years in Fresno and experience the sights and sounds of the area that he gave voice to in his works. One of those places is Valley Lahvosh Baking Company still in the location where this historic photo...
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At the 2012 Young Writers Conference on March 28, Taralyn Culpepper from Lemoore High School was presented by Society Board member Brenda Magarity for her story of The Boxer’s. Taralyn Culpepper and Brenda Magarity Young Writer’s Conference winners on March 28,2012 At the 2011 conference on April 6, Borin Setha from Duncan Polytechincal High School...
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Here are the winners of the 2012 William Saroyan Story Writing Contest. [portfolio_slideshow exclude=”414,422,412″]
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The Society presented the 2011 Contest Winners at the Awards Ceremony on April 14, 2011 at the Woodward Park Regional Library.
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2009 Award Winners Each honoree’s name is followed by the name of their school and the city/state in which they reside. Grades 1-2 1st Ryan Bishop – Quail Lake Charter (Clovis);2nd Ryan M. Hioe – Garfield Elementary (Clovis); 3rd Mark Topoozian – Malloch (Fresno) Grades 3-4 1st Talie Lynn Cloud – Quail Lake (Clovis); 2nd Adam...
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The William Saroyan Society in cooperation with the San Joaquin Valley Writers Project has not yet set a new schedule for the prize program. Centennial Awards published in In The Grove, issue 17 Summer 2009.
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Announcement: A limited number of copies of the book are available at $20 including tax.  To order call 559-221-1441 for availability and delivery costs. On September 24, the William Saroyan Society announced the publication of selected stories from the winning stories during the 26 years of the William Saroyan Story Writing Contest for students in...
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As a result of an announcement in the San Francisco Chronicle which asked for letters from persons whose lives brushed with William Saroyan. The following letter was received from Virginia Scardigli who was friendly with Saroyan in 1933. This letter details how Saroyan wrote his first book that made him famous – THE DARING YOUNG...
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Thank you to all who joined us for a great evening with The Human Comedy and the reception following to greet the actors and connect with one another. The event is produced by New York actress Jacqueline Antaramian in cooperation with Second Space Theatre. Sponsors included the Society, the Armenian Heritage Museum, and the Charlie...
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