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Elke Zigmont of Madison, a student at The Country School, won a regional award for her creative writing. Photo courtesy of Teresa Sullivan

Elke Zigmont of Madison, a student at The Country School, won a regional award for her creative writing. (Photo courtesy of Teresa Sullivan )

Madison Student Elke Zigmont Wins Writing Awards

Published March 21, 2019

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Country School 8th-grader Elke Zigmont was awarded a Gold Key Award in the 2019 Hudson-to-Housatonic Writing Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Award contest for her essay “Sticky Notes,” a piece about an estate sale that earned her. Zigmont’s essay was one of more than 2,100 submissions; her winning essay will next compete for national honors.

Zigmont, editor of The Country School’s literary magazine Eureka! was the only writer in her age group and genre to be honored with The Village Bookstore Prize.


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