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  • Writer's pictureJoyce Slater

A Note from the President

MO-TELL is an organization for all storytellers and story listeners. I hope our members feel like they have a voice in this organization. We really want to hear from you. What new stories have you heard lately? Who told them? We want to let everyone know what is happening around the state. Did you go to a fabulous workshop on storytelling? Tell us about it. I want this to be your organization. What would you like to see in its future?

How can you be a part of that? How can I make this organization better? Let’s talk. I will listen. Thank you for your membership, your time and your talent.

A thought for Your Day:

“Stories have to be told or

they die, and when they die, we can't remember who we are or why we're here.”

Sue Monk Kidd,

The Secret Life of Bees

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