Letter to the Editor 8-9-13
Letter of July 31
re: Tuesday evening pool party sponsored by the Chemical Dependency Committee.
In spite of the unseasonably cool weather, quite a number of young people joined in the pool party sponsored by the local Chemical Dependency Committee, Tuesday.
To Melina Hemphill and the committee, “Well done!”
“Have faith and try to change the world.”
Lord Philip Gould (1950-2011)
Our apology to Ted Collins for the delay in printing his letter of July 31.
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