Featured Edmonds Patch Blogger: Paddy Eger

Check out the latest and greatest bloggers on Patch. Could you be featured next week?

From time to time we like to feature some of our most dedicated bloggers on Patch.

Longtime Edmonds resident Paddy Eger is a retired Edmonds School District teacher with more than 20 years of experience working with children and their parents. She's also recently written a book for schools - Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms.

Lucky for us, she's chosen to share her expertise on Edmonds Patch.

In a recent blog post, Eger encourages family time at the table. Sure it's great to share meals with your family, but why not enjoy a good conversation, too? In her latest post, It's a Date! Awesome April Events, she offers conversations starters that are sure to pique the interest of both young and old.

During her first year of blogging on Patch, she's shared her expertise as a former teacher on how to work with children of different ages, in various situations. Have you ever wondered how to include the kids in making a holiday meal, or what to do with them during those long summer months? Check out Eger's blog posts for some helpful tips to engage with school-aged children.

We look forward to her next blog!

Want to blog on Patch, too?

Edmonds Patch is looking for bloggers who’d like to share their local knowledge, personal expertise, political opinions, or hobbies. We want bloggers who can have readers walk away feeling challenged, inspired, happy, sad or further educated on a particular subject. Photo and video blogs are also encouraged!

Keep in mind that this is not a reporting gig. There’s no need to be a published author or someone who needs to be told what to write about. We want you to write about what you want and when you want.

Blogging on Patch is just one more way you can get involved with your community and spark important discussion.

So, start a blog on Edmonds Patch today! Have questions about blogging? Email Community Editor Jenny Manning at jenny.manning@patch.com.


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