Every May, the Driftwood Creative Arts Anthology club at McFarland High School publishes an anthology of student creative work. Over the course of the school year, students submit poetry, short stories, personal essays, song lyrics, paintings, photography, drawings, and even doodles! The club collects, reviews, edits, and then designs the anthology for publication. This will be Driftwood's 18th year of publication.
Driftwood Club members have also attended (and won awards at!) events such as the UW-Whitewater Creative Writing Festival as well as submitting to writing contests such as the Bennington College Young Writer's Awards and the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets annual student contest.
However, publishing this unique, award-winning anthology and giving club members these amazing opportunities, comes at a cost. We are hoping to find community leaders who will support literacy and the arts at McFarland High School by becoming a Driftwood sponsor.
There are 3 levels of support for Driftwood listed in the Rewards section of our campaign. Individual Sponsors and/or companies will be listed under our Driftwood Sponsors page at the beginning of the anthology and have the opportunity to include an advertisement for their company within the anthology. Any donation, large or small, is greatly appreciated.
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As a Driftwood Patron, your name and/or the name of your business will be added to the list of Driftwood Patrons at the beginning of our anthology.
As a Driftwood Sustainer, you will have the option of including a quarter-page advertisement for your business at the end of the anthology. In addition, your name and/or the name of your business will be included in our Driftwood Sustainer sponsor list at the beginning of our anthology.
As a Driftwood Artisan, you will have the option of including a half-page advertisement for your business at the end of the anthology. In addition, your name and/or the name of your business will be included in our Driftwood Sustainer sponsor list at the beginning of our anthology.
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