Cisco Writers Club (CWC) meets at 6:00 p.m. November 5, the first Thursday of that month, for a special, early Writers' Thanksgiving at the Assembly of Yahweh (7th day),
10 miles south of Cisco. A program will follow the meal, which will be served at 6:30.
You'll need to indulge in a pleasant evening drive to obtain this delicious free dinner provided by the families of the Cisco Writers Club.
Expect typical Thanksgiving fare served with a nontypical flare for fun and fellowship.
The Assembly's fellowship hall is 10 miles south of Cisco on US Highway 183 at County Road 280. Join us!
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Nancy Robinson Masters of Abilene judged the Children Write! category. She is a proven and popular inspirational speaker for schools, businesses,
organizations, and events. In addition Nancy is a pilot and the author of 42 books. Her more than 3,000 feature articles have appeared in a variety of publications. Her writing has taken her around
the world including traveling with the
National Science Foundation in Antarctica. She has twice been named the Distinguished Citizen of the Year by the United States Air Force. She became the first woman to receive the Stephen F.
Austin Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Scottish Rite Masons. She has spoken to more than 350,000 students and teachers promoting the power of free people to freely read and write. Her
workshops providing practical, proven techniques to succeed as a freelance writer are recommended by publishers and participants from all genres.
Poetry, always a popular division, was judged this year by another Cisco College professor, Kimberly Torres. Educated at Hardin-Simmons and Texas Tech, Kimberly
has taught at Abilene ISD, Hardin-Simmons, McMurry and Cisco College. She has presented papers at Hardin-Simmons and Loyola University.
Short Story judge was Beth Maynard, voracious reader who settled on a career choice of librarian as a first grader. She served Cisco and Ranger College
libraries as well as Hardin-Simmons University.