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Shelley Luedtke

Shelley Luedtke

Shelley Luedtke lives in the town of Outlook on the banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River. She and her husband are parents to two adult daughters. Shelley is a musician who loves playing the piano and writing music. She is community-minded and participates in several different organizations including a writers' group, the executive of the music festival, the community theatre group, and a dementia support group. Ten years ago she began giving her perspective on a variety of topics in a weekly column called "My Outlook." She also does feature writing and says the best part of her job is being able to tell the stories of interesting and accomplished people in her community. Shelley is a proud member of the SASKTODAY.ca family of writers.

Email
outlook.office@sasktel.net

Recent Work by Shelley

Oh baby, you are precious

Oh baby, you are precious

It shouldn't just be babies making our eyes light up.
No sleeping donkeys in the bathtub

No sleeping donkeys in the bathtub

Is there hope we can save ourselves?
“I was just giving back what was entrusted to me”

“I was just giving back what was entrusted to me”

Outlook woman serves as surrogate for Australian couple…twice.
A laugh or two amidst the tears

A laugh or two amidst the tears

Admiring the Queen, and others, who lived what they believed.
Outlook woman prepares to return to war zone

Outlook woman prepares to return to war zone

Local woman living in Ukraine says life is like 9/11 every day.
Giving a shout out to a Mr. Malty

Giving a shout out to a Mr. Malty

Oh, those memories that are tied in with ice cream!
A group that brings the stories to the stage

A group that brings the stories to the stage

Outlook theatre group on the move and charting new course.
Small stuff that's not so small

Small stuff that's not so small

Smaller populations add up to huge numbers going hungry.
Go ahead. Tell them it can't be done.

Go ahead. Tell them it can't be done.

Want to see something big accomplished? Put the right team together and watch them fly.
Looking at the keys as more than black and white

Looking at the keys as more than black and white

There should be no shortcuts on what really matters.