Writers Needed for Scribe Tribe

Deer Park Gazette is seeking writers to join the Scribe Tribe. This team is the voice to and for the community. Experience not required, but a willingness to learn is vital. 

Writers of all ages speak to readers of all ages. Writers express, inspire, participate, and respond to the world around them. They help connect the community through communication.  We, at the Gazette, invite members of our readership to share some of their expertise, experience, or curiosity about a new subject through writing. Gazette staff writers will gladly facilitate, assist, and lend a hand to help you in your writing journey.

Writing for the Gazette provides an opportunity to share your interests and knowledge with Deer Park and surrounding communities. It gives you a chance to sharpen and refine your speech and writing capabilities. If you would like more information on writing for the Deer Park Gazette, please contact:

E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 509-292-6767 x802
Mail: PO Box 1581, Deer Park, WA 99006

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