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Letter To The Editor

This article first appeared in issue 16, and was written by Louise Davis.

It was like having Christmas in August the afternoon you delivered not only the current copy of Columbia! but so many back copies. Of course I didn't get to bed until 2 o'clock in the morning. I just had to real all of them at once.

I can't wait until the next issue to get up to date on the bear sightings. I would like to see a bear . . . but only if it is at least half a mile away, and running at full speed away from me.

Seriously, you have a very interesting publication. It has the human touch. I enjoyed every thing about it. Keep up the good work.

-Louise Davis, Columbia

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