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Local Help Wanted – No Experience Needed

by The Publishers
January 6, 2019

If you believe that is as valuable a community resource as we do, we hope that you will seriously consider becoming a contributor to Holliston's daily news source.

What’s in it for us (Holliston)?  Coverage of the many events in and highlights of our town.  So much occurs in town that cannot be covered by the current number of contributing writers.

What’s in it for you should you choose to become a contributing writer?  A Pulitzer prize – maybe someday.  The chance to highlight happenings in Holliston for which you have a passion; i.e., sports, art, wildlife (outdoor not indoor), books, hobbies, town government, etc.

What’s it going to ‘cost’ you?  Time and talent.  There is no minimum number of articles, but consistent contributions are needed – perhaps a monthly feature on a theme of your choice;  perhaps a weekly tip for all of us.  Possibly only a few hours a month would be a reasonable ‘load.’

We hear you saying, “I’m not a good enough writer.”  We bet you are better than you think, and neighbors (about 6,000 people view each day) will confirm that IF you choose to give it a shot.  Each article is edited prior to posting.

Here’s some ‘fine print’:  We see the Holliston Reporter as a community service that is balanced and fair in its reporting of Holliston happenings.  Contributions to should not be for shameless self-promotion (perhaps you want to be a paying advertiser).  

Won’t you please consider volunteering a bit of your valuable time and talent to keeping the Holliston Reporter a powerful community resource?

Thank you,

Chris and Yvette

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