CFUW Windsor holds an annual poetry contest for English and French primary school students in Windsor and Essex County. The poetry contest is the brain child of member Rosine Mailloux. Rosine is a retired teacher and a poetry lover.
Poems are judged by a rotating panel of CFUW members and friends of CFUW. Continue reading
May means poetry. Well maybe not for everyone but certainly for us at CFUW Windsor. We will be celebrating local poets at our May meeting.
This year’s theme of “Farmers Feed Cities” celebrated the UN International Year of Family Farming. This was a tough topic but we received some really good poems, some from schools in Essex County who had never participated in our contest before. In keeping with our mandate to promote education, I think we should be happy with this year’s results.
May also signals our last meeting of the year. If you have any feedback on this year’s programme, be sure to approach a Planning Committee member of send us an email. We love to hear from you.
We have another opportunity to socialize together at our June Tea. Please take the opportunity to join us on June 7th. Remember to bring at least one guest! The Tea is a great fundraising opportunity for CFUW Windsor. If you are able, consider donating an item to our silent auction and/or buying something from our silent auction.
Join us for our annual tea, on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Tickets are $25 and are available at the May meeting or by contacting CFUW Windsor.
CFUW Windsor holds an annual poetry contest for English and French primary school students in Windsor and Essex County.
Click on Poetry Contest in the Menu above for more information.