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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

Outlook connections on the ground in Ukraine

Outlook connections on the ground in Ukraine

Human toll in Ukraine witnessed
Its origins may be tragic, but we need to keep celebrating

Its origins may be tragic, but we need to keep celebrating

A few hours on Sunday not too much to ask
Outlook Food Bank facing empty shelves

Outlook Food Bank facing empty shelves

Food bank asking people to step up
A victory lap of a very different kind

A victory lap of a very different kind

Walt Disney had it right
The little book that told a bigger story

The little book that told a bigger story

When a bully has the room
Working K9 to 5; what a way to make a living...

Working K9 to 5; what a way to make a living...

Dogs on the job in Outlook
It's so much more than monkey bars

It's so much more than monkey bars

Higher, faster, further
A thousand words and a whole lot of storage space

A thousand words and a whole lot of storage space

Just start...and see what happens
Talent showcase supports refugee settlement

Talent showcase supports refugee settlement

The evening was organized to give performers a chance to showcase their talent and bring the community together for a night of great music, while also supporting the Outlook Refugee Resettlement project.
Column: What would you pay for that?

Column: What would you pay for that?

More to garage sales than meets the eye