MY GRANVILLE: A Six-Word Memoir Project

By Anne Weinberg

Kids love to tell stories. And what better way than in six carefully chosen words? The below memoirs, written by third-graders at Granville Elementary School for the Rock of Aces PTO Auction, are a kids-only take on the community of Granville. To read more about this project, visit "School Project Inspires Granville Memoirs." Also included below are six-word memoirs from leaders in the Granville community. 

Third-Grade Memoirs

Granville is kind, thoughtful, and sweet. (Allie)

Granville has the best food ever.  (Barrett)

Granville schools rock, yes they do! (Ben)

Give your all, never give up. (Caden)

I just love my home town. (Chyler)

Granville plus Blue Aces equals awesome! (Elle)

Need more Aces, need less drama. (Emma)

Granville has the best schools ever. (Emma)

Granville will live happily ever after. (Emma)

Granville is beautiful, fun, and awesome! (Hannah)

Granville schools are fun, cool, nice. (Isaac)

Granville is the best 'ville ever. (Isabella)

I want less weird stuff here! (Jace)

Sell your house and move here! (Jake)

Blue Aces is the best school! (Jenna)

Granville is the very best town. (Nick)

School: fun. Streets: big. Town: amazing. (Olivia)

Granville has the best quality, obviously. (Patrick)

Wildwood Park is so great -- yeah! (Payton)

Granville is my home, it's epic. (Teddy)

Granville Whit's is the best place. (Sam)

We are awesome at sports -- yay! (Zane)

Granville Leader Six-Word Memoirs

Saturday Morning Market, Community, Family, Pizza (Bryn Bird, Granville Township Trustee)

Learning for life, Blue Aces Forever! (Jeff Brown, GEVSD Superintendent)

Choose to take the bike path. (Anita Carroll, Granville Public Library Director)

Rolling hills, big trees, big birds. (Bruce Cramer, Executive Director, Bryn Du Mansion)

GES: where future Aces start learning (Frances Ehrmin, GES 3rd grade teacher)

Great then. Super now. Better tomorrow. (Steve Matheny, Executive Director, Granville Area Chamber of Commerce) 

If not you, somebody braver will. (Sara Abou Rashed, Denison student and award-winning Palestinian poet)

Full of history, still being written. (Jay Snyder, SteamRoller Bagel Sandwiches)

Small town, July fourth, great passion. (Andy Wildman, Executive Director, Granville Recreation District)

Denison Proud. Granville Proud. Community Proud. (Adam Weinberg, President, Denison University)

The above memoirs will be be proudly displayed at the Rock of Aces Auction on March 10, 2018. For more information, or to purchase tickets or sponsor the auction, visit here