Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

I believe most parents don’t think too much about school nurses.  Over the years, they may get a phone call because their child has a fever, or isn’t feeling well, and need to pick up their child.

To the Editor:

This past summer, I worked on my Silver project, which is the highest award a middle-school Girl Scout can receive.

For my project, I raised awareness for proper nutrition and for growing your own vegetables through sack gardens.

To the Editor:

On Sunday, March 22, our Girl Scout troop 1758 had a very successful Deluxe Pancake Breakfast. Our success would not have been possible without all the donations and generous helpers.

To the Editor:

While grandson Michael was visiting us several weeks ago, he told me he has been asked to officiate, be the “minister,” at a friend’s wedding this fall. He’s excited at the prospect and is going to get legally licensed.

To the Editor:

This breaks my heart to hear this: North Country Animal Shelter posted on Facebook to watch out for “dog nappers.” Thieves are walking and driving around, stealing our loved pets. How sick is this.

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