SAGE Lecture to Focus on Personal Memoir Writing
Nancy Coco, director of the Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project, will serve as guest lecturer for the SAGE December session at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, December 5, at Penn State Lehigh Valley’s Corporate Learning Center in Bethlehem.
During the session, Coco will lead participants through a workshop that will allow them to capture some of their thoughts and memories and turn them into a personal poetic gift for their families.
"Memoir writing is about telling the stories of our lives through different styles of writing," says Coco. "The finished product of a memoir session can be a wonderful gift to both the writer and the writer's family."
The Lehigh Valley Writing Project (LVWP) is a National Writing Project program committed to offering professional development that supports and enhances the literacy lives of all stakeholders in learning communities including teachers, administrators, students, families, and life-long learners. Nancy Coco has been the director of the Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project, a local chapter of the National Writing Project, for the last five years. She has been a fellow of the National Writing Project since 1993. Coco has also been a classroom teacher for 22 years specializing in middle and high school writing. She received her master's in education from Wilkes University.
SAGE (Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment) is a community outreach program of Penn State Lehigh Valley designed to encourage intellectual and cultural enrichment for adults age 55 and older. In the fall and spring, the group offers a new, college-level lecture each month.
This event is open to adults age 55+, but reservations are required. This lecture is the fourth and final lecture in the Fall Series. The cost for the final lecture is $15. To reserve a space, contact Diane Lewis at 610-285-5066 or email email@example.com. The Penn State Lehigh Valley Corporate Learning Center is located at 100 Brodhead Road, Suite 120, Bethlehem, PA, 18017.
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