To the Editor:Thank you so much for your recent Ink Drops editorial on the Pushcart end-of-year activity at Reed. A few weeks ago, I learned through Karen King of the generosity of the West Coast couple and how their kindness inspired our Reed students to achieve sales at an unprecedented level! I think of how wonderful the outcome of this effort will be for those Monrovian children.
To the Editor: It’s been a year… 365 days without a letter, a phone call or even an email. A year ago Hoagie vanished. Since then, the limited searches from the NPD and the more extensive ones by friends and family have yielded nothing. His disappearance is a puzzle that has left us with emotions of anger, sadness and abandonment. There’s no explanation, no justification, no conclusion. Only a hole in our hearts.
To the Editor: Now that the 39th annual book sale to benefit the C.H. Booth Library has drawn to a close, the Friends wish to extend our gratitude to the many volunteers, local officials, businesses and civic groups whose support made the event so successful. The substantial funds raised through the annual book sale will underwrite the acquisition of materials and technology, and the many programs that we so enjoy in our town library.
To the Editor: Having decided to join the rally in Greenwich, CT, to protest Gov Christie’s veto of gun safety legislation, I thought it wise to get something to eat before making my appearance. Upon entering the Glory Days Diner on Greenwich’s main drag, I was surprised to discover that Tom Foley and Gov. Chris Christie were expected to visit there shortly. My carpool buddy and I immediately started discussing the question we would ask them.
To the Editor: I walk the sidewalks along Church Hill and Queen most days as does The Newtown Bee editor. The walk is beautiful and my lab loves it. However crossing commercial driveways is a life threatening experience. None of these commercial high traffic driveways have crosswalk markings so pedestrians take their life in their hands. Cars don’t see the pedestrians at some commercial driveways because of poor visibility.
To the Editor: This month's program was not the first recognition ceremony to honor Sandy Hook responders and it was never intended to be the last ceremony to acknowledge the many exceptional individuals and organizations who heeded the call. The department deeply regrets any confusion that may have occurred and sincerely apologizes for disappointment that personnel in allied fields may have experienced when they were not acknowledged.
To the Editor: June 11, 2014 was an extremely proud day for Newtown in that we held our 25th Annual Summer Breakfast at the Waterview on behalf of the Newtown Chapter of Regional Hospice and Home Care.
To the Editor: This is a letter to the editor and our town officials. While I appreciate that the town has found a new method to control speeding on our roads and saving money on road grating by letting our roads disintegrate to the point where grating won't be required, the situation has become dangerous. People swerve to miss the craters in our roads creating unsafe driving conditions. Tire blow outs also create a dangerous situation in that you suddenly lose control of your car (my daughter had a blowout this past week).
To the Editor, I had a memorable 4th; I lost my wallet at Stop and Shop in Sand Hill Plaza. It was found and turned into the office; what a wonderful day to have one's faith in human nature reaffirmed!