Youth mag released

By SARAH KRATZ

Work experience student

THE second issue of the free youth magazine Shout Out has hit the streets.

Shout Out coordinator James Patterson said the magazine was aimed at high school and post-high school students as 'youth forum by youth, for youth'.

Mr Patterson said he hoped the magazine, released every three months, would become a bi-monthly magazine within the year. The more detailed upcoming issue will include articles about health, a motorcycle club, and interviews with young Clarence Valley people.

It will soon be available in Yamba.

A soon-to-be new team member, Christie Paterson, is keen to be a future author or journalist and adores reading and writing.

Currently working on a novel, she's looking forward to getting involved, saying she will 'try her hand at anything'.

If you are interested in being involved, contact 66434988, or email to cvyouthmag@yahoo.com.au



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