The Amy Fiske Scholarship and Creative Writing Awards
Friends of the Medfield Library congratulates the Medfield High School students who have been awarded its annual writing contests for prose and poetry ($500 for each prize) and the Amy Fisk Scholarship ($2000 prize) competition. The Amy Fiske Scholarship and Writing Prizes were established to honor the memory of Amy Fiske, a MHS student who worked at the Medfield Public Library prior to her untimely passing in 1985. In sponsoring these awards, The Friends of the Medfield Library hope to encourage young writers throughout their teenage years and to promote interest in writing and the language arts.
Congratulations to the 2021 Awardees!
The Amy Fiske Senior Prose: Winner and Scholarship Recipient: “Holding on to Home“ by Antonia Rijo (grade 12)
- Honorable Mention: “Exodus“ by Senneth Hartvigsen (grade 12)
The Grades 9, 10, 11 Prose Prize Winner: “Is It Okay to Transplant an Azalea?“ by Joseph Nickerson (grade 11)
The All School Poetry Prize Winner: “A Clouded Paradise“ by Jack Brassil (grade 10)
Winning entries are on display in the Friends Bookstore at the Medfield Public Library in July or click the links above to read online.
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