SilverArts winners announced

SilverArts winners announced
March 31
14:52 2021

Senior Games/SilverArts has been able to continue their competition this year with just a few adjustments. The Literary Arts entries were recently judged by members of Winston-Salem Writers as in the past, with each category having three judges using a 10-point rating system. The Visual and Heritage Arts competitions will be on view at the downtown Central Library during the month of April and those winners will be announced later this month. The Performing Arts will be filmed and judged by video later this month.

The 2021 Literary Arts winners are:


Gold: Bill Gramley, “After Covid Came”

Silver: Jessie Crockett, “What If”

Bronze: Peter Venable, “Emma at Five” 


Goldt: Helen Walker Webb, “The Pumpkin”

Silver: Bill Gramley, “The Universe of Modern Science” 

Bronze: Betty Weatherman, “Hard work = Wholeness at Last”

Short Story:

Gold: Bill Gramley, “A Fantastic Dialogue”

Silver: Margaret Miller, “The Days of Wine and Thunder”

Bronze: Betty Weatherman, “Snail Mail from Mr. Yikes” 

Life experience:

Gold:: Charles Swanson, “When Life Gives You Lemons” 

Silver: Bill Gramley, “My Track and Field Experience”

Bronze: Carmina Peggy Jenks, “A Pinnacle Day”

The gold and silver medal winners can compete at the State Senior Games in September in Raleigh. A flash drive is available at the information desk at the Central Library and all the submissions can be viewed on one of the library’s computers.

For more information on Senior Games, go to and click on the Seniors link.

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