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Writers Connection features Sarah Thebarge as guest speaker Thursday September 19

 To kick off the new year of Writers Connection Thursday September 19, we are honored to have Sarah Thebarge join us as our guest speaker. sarah-thebarge-944733_10151692305044764_1860878796_nSarah holds a master’s degree in medical science from Yale, and was studying journalism at Columbia when she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 27.  She is a speaker and author whose writing has appeared in Christianity Today, BurnsideWriters.com, Relevant, and Storylineblog.com. Her memoir, The Invisible Girls, was published in 2013 by Jericho Books, where she shares her journey of abandonment, loss, and friendship with a Somali mom and her five children.  Sarah’s story is also featured in the documentary film, A Bloom in the Sidewalk, which was released by Boulevard Studios in the summer of 2013. www.sarahthebarge.com

Writers Connection was formed to encourage, inspire, network and validate writers in their calling to the literary arts. We typically meet the third Thursday of the month, September through May, unless otherwise noted. Location is at Rolling Hills Community Church: 3550 SW Borland Road, in Tualatin. All are welcome. Sarah’s book The Invisible Girls will be available for purchase.

The event is free and open to the public.

Writers Connection – Thursday September 19, 7 -8:30 pm, Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 SW Borland Road, Tualatin – East Atrium.

Questions: cornelia@corneliaseigneur.ocm  or 503-318-3480 (text/VM)

To visit Rolling Hills website, click here: ROLLING HILLS

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  1. Cornelia Seigneur says

    Nicole- so glad you joined us for Writers Connection this month and had the chance to hear our guest speaker, Sarah Thebarge- thanks for sharing this review! Stay connected!

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