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Support for Local Writers

Love to write? Place your face here.

BWHL readers, have you noticed the ad for ‘voices wanted?’ and tossed around the idea of being a volunteer writer?

If you have a passion for writing or a passion for a cause, don’t let insecurity, lack of time, passivity, or something else stop you. This is the sign you’ve been waiting for. It’s time to take the leap and start writing. Let Blue Water Healthy Living be the place to do it!

Join the rapidly growing group of dedicated volunteers who share their thoughts with the community on the topics they love.

Learn local insights from local folks just like yourself.

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Published authors, John Yurgens & Marian Pratt meet to discuss & share tips on self-publishing.
St. Clair County Library Community Relations & Friends Coordinator,
Mike Mercatante, shares the many tools and courses offered free from the local library system.

Connect and be a part of the community to share your stories. Just think of the many events and positive things happening in our area that would be missed if not for our BWHL volunteer writers. You are a part of something special when you join these talented and dedicated individuals.

Nature’s Living Bounty willingly shared their learning center for a recent CONNECT writing event. Nature’s Living Bounty staff photographed with Coach Delisa Deavenport.
Lunch is served thanks to the generosity of Chef Shell’s, located in Port Huron, MI.
Volunteer Coordinator, Karrie Beck with Presentor and certfied Motivational Speaker, Coach Delisa Deavenport

Don’t let your writing passion or project be kept secret any longer. Start your writing journey with us today!

Email me at to get started.

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