to the editor from this week's Chronicle:
Well, here I am again. Again I want to let everyone in this community
know how fortunate you are to live here. Coming from the outside to a community
where everyone is related either by blood or marriage you might take for
granted that you see everyone sometime. Well, I think this is the time
of year to forgive and forget past hurts and disagreements. Soooo, to try
and get this community out and about and meet new people here and also
see what is new, I would like to do an ornament exchange. STOP…it
is easy and you do have time and I know you will be blessed because of
The library has some new board members you should meet and the library
has a new face lift. SO….come and see all the new changes and the new books
and put in your wish list for books you would like to read and we will
do out best to provide them.
All you have to do is bring and ornament and trade with someone else
there. Maybe there is one you don’t really want or you are downsizing some.
So bring it and trade with someone else.
This event could be annual and may be a way of making new friends and
renewing old friends. Bring you children and let them check out a book
and see the new mural in the children’s section.
The exchange will be this coming Saturday, Dec. 20 from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the library. Maybe this is one way to shut me up so I don’t keep
writing to everyone and maybe it won’t. I wouldn’t count on it but at least
if you come I will be there and you can tell me in person. (Hahahaha).
Dear Editor and Cottonwood Area
I, Santa, was very pleased by the welcome of the community and impressed
with the lighted Christmas Parade. The Volunteer Fire Department
was extremely helpful and friendly. They did a good job of keeping Satan’s
sleigh moving and Jesse Bruegeman did a wonderful job of driving it. I
You can be very proud of your area 4-H youth. They for sure are on
Santa’s good list. The Cottonwood Saddlers and Livestock 4-H Club did a
wonderful job of organizing the parade and getting the message out. The
Idaho County Citizen Washington Focus 4-H, they were awesome hosts for
Santa’s visit at the Fire Station.
Dare we forget the big kids, The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce for
support Santa’s visit and providing the treats for the little one. The
kids were well behaved, polite and just plan nice. I didn’t find a one
that was on the naughty list.
May all your Christmas wishes come true and that you have a wonderful
Happy New Year.
See you next year.
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