Hot off the press: youth-led Manor Ink
Helper said she is “extremely proud and amazed” at how far the fledgling paper has come in just a short time. “A town newspaper seemed like a perfect vehicle to potentially engage a wide range of personalities and talents and provide an outlet for young adults with immediate, measurable results and impact. I wanted the kids to have a tool to empower themselves and reveal their worth to the community.”
The youth plan to put out a monthly paper and will delve into the topic of bullying next. “It’s fun working with everybody in the community,” said Tyler. “We’ll keep going as long as we can.”
Copies of the premier issue are available at no cost at the library and at numerous other locations on Main Street. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Manor Ink can also be seen on the web at www.manorink.com and at www.facebook.com/LivingstonManorInk.