2015 Worldwide Intergeneration
Storytelling Contest Announced.
Storytellers Invited to Compete for Cash Aeards

The Intergeneration Foundation, as a sponsor of Intergeneration Month: September, seeks to reinforce and recognize the power of storytelling as a way to connect all ages.  Storytelling is a tradition of every culture to inform, entertain, educate and bring people together.  We invite people of all ages to tell us an intergeneration story. Whether fiction, non-fiction or a combinaiton, the story must feature persons from at least two generations. Oneillustration, such as an original photo, drawing, painting, or cartoon may be included to enhance the story’s message.


Worldwide Intergeneration Month Storytelling Contest - 2013 WINNERS ANNOUNCED:

The Intergeneration 2013 Storytelling Contest was an enormous success, once again garnering stories from around the world. Intergeneration Foundation would like to thank all of the storytellers and the organizations that helped spread the word of the Contest to help make it another very successful event.

$100 Cash Prize Winners (alphabetically):
Meryl Baer – “Grandma Rose and Aunt Janice”
Debra Dagvarian-Bonar – “An Act of Kindness”
Fathima Fakroodeen – “Heidi”
Kimberly Gotches – “Our Christmas Angel”
Andrew Kearsey – “Sugared Lips”
Joan Leotta – “Red Apron”
Beth Roalstad – “Grandma’s Ring”
Arline Randolph – “East Juneau Avenue”
Lisa Rogers – “Two Weeks”
Robert Walton – “The Hittite”

Certificate Winners (alphabetically):
Joyce Armentrout, Topton, PA – “Bad Hair Day”
Debra Dagvarian-Bonar, Little Egg Harbor, NJ – “Motherhood”
Gloria Jackson, Twin Falls, ID – “Streaker”
Kaye Ketterer, Monona, WI – “The Move”
Joan Leotta, Calabash, NC – “Rings”
Carole Mertz, Parma, OH – “She Rode Like a Queen”
Robert Berneil Robeson, Lincoln, NE – “A Quiet Man”
Rachel Sawaya, Palmerston North, New Zealand – “The Milk Bar Man”
Marion Grace Woolley, Gloucester, UK – “Immortal Starfish”
Dorothy Youngberg, Pinellas Park, FL – “In the Garden”

Read 2013's winning stories - click here.



Previous IG Storytelling Contest:
2011 Storytelling Contest Winners:

$100 Cash Prize Winners (alphabetically):
Athamadia Baboula – “Footsteps to Freedom”
Rachel R. Hammer – “What It Means to Be Grand”
Anne Hanley – “I Remember”
Lynn R. Hartz – “Grandmother/Granddaughter”
Miodrag Kojadinovic´ - “Nostalgia, the Colour of Wine”
JoAnne Potter – “Lighting the Sky”
Robert B. Robeson – “Walking By Faith”
Timothy Elliott Smelser – “Great-Grandfather”
Matt Sundakov – “A Tiny Woman With A Great Heart”
Marion Grace Woolley - “Hush Hush”

Certificate Winners (alphabetically):
Angelo Ancheta – “Seeds”
Jenny Argante – “Bird”
Roy Chadwick – “Gramps”
A.B. Chesler – “Mama’s Kitchen”
Monique Finley – “Esther’s Garden”
Lisa Hefling – “The Box in The Basement”
Nancy Leinback – “Arising To the Occasion”
Beth Mathison – “I’ll Remember For You”
Elizabeth S.E. McBride – “Summer Cut”
Rolanda Pyle – “A Tribute to Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren”

Read 2011's winning stories - click here.


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