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Letters To The Editor

January 7, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Jan. 7, 2012

Chazy Library

TO THE EDITOR: I would like to take time to say thank you to some wonderful individuals and my community.

The year 2012 has ended but has marked the realization of the Chazy Public Library’s dream of having a beautiful new library.

Dr. George Clark was our benefactor, the trustees and director of the library were instrumental in creating the design, and many volunteers helped us make the dream come true.

I was in charge of fundraising for this project, and I was lucky to have some very motivated individuals: Angela Swan, Pat Neverett, Joann Trombly, Joyce Samonek and Sue Foreman. They donated time, energy and money to this project.

Rick and Priscilla Laurin were very generous; they donated a queen-size handmade quilt for us to raffle. Debby Powers was the winner.

The community was the real winner. If you are in Chazy, please stop by and see what our small town was able to create with hard work and very generous donations.

I am very lucky to be a part of this community.

Happy new year!

TINA TROMBLY

Chazy Library trustee

 

Appreciates support

TO THE EDITOR: We would like to thank everyone for your support after the loss of Dianne Mussen.

She was a great person, and God took her into his hands unexpectedly at such a young age.

We had nothing but support from the moment it happened from our friends and family and all of our co-workers at Clinton Correctional Facility. Thank you all for the cards, food and donations and most of all the love and support you provided for us at such a bad time in our lives.

It will never be forgotten.

MIKE MUSSEN

MIKE MUSSEN JR.


Keeseville

 

Pool temperature

TO THE EDITOR: It seems that Power Wellness has shot themselves in the foot by lowering the pool temperature so low that many members can not stand it.

It is so sad that the powers to be at CVPH won’t exert any pressure and have this corrected.

Power Wellness has driven away well over 100 members; many went to the YMCA, where the dues are cheaper and the personnel are more friendly.

It probably won’t be long before Power Wellness runs the Wellness Center at PARC into the ground.

LEE GARRISON

Peru

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