KEEN SPRINGWOOD STUDENTS: NEWS editor John Harding joined Springwood Middle School journalism and creative writing students for a class last week to talk about newspaper writing and interview skills. Harding was invited to speak to the class by Springwood vice-principal Tandy Gunn.

Keen students at Springwood Middle School in Parksville

NEWS editor John Harding joined Springwood Middle School journalism and creative writing students for a class last week

  • May. 1, 2014 8:00 a.m.

KEEN SPRINGWOOD STUDENTS: NEWS editor John Harding joined Springwood Middle School  journalism and creative writing students for a class last week to talk about newspaper writing and interview skills. Harding was invited to speak to the class by Springwood vice-principal Tandy Gunn.

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