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Welcome to “The Picture and the Page” – East Lake High School’s literary blog, sponsored by the Creative Writing Club! Our team of writers is working hard to write amazing stories! Thanks for stopping by!!

March/April Theme: Multiculturalism

For this month’s edition, we decided to partner with the ELHS PMAC club and showcase pieces about diversity. We felt that writing about multiculturalism in March is appropriate because Cultural Diversity Week is held in March.

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  • Due to the COVID-19 situation, the release date for the March/April pieces has been delayed and will be rescheduled for a later date (we will release this date soon).
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