Bob Welch (author)

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Bob Welch (born c. 1954) is an American author, speaker, teacher and newspaper columnist from Oregon. He writes a column for The Register-Guard , and is an adjunct professor at the University of Oregon. He has been honored multiple times by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, [1] and won many awards, including The Seattle Times C.B. Blethen Award for Distinguished Feature Writing.

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  1. "Column Writing Contests".