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Letter to the Editor
Friday, Sept. 6, 2013, 8:57 p.m.
 

The Willing Workers of Trinity Lutheran Church, Connellsville, apologizes to the community for the inconvenience that occurred at its recent back-to-school giveaway. The response to this event was overwhelming, and the workers were not prepared for it.

The workers are already looking into various solutions so the event will run more smoothly next year.

Sandy Nicholson, Beckie

Merchant, Donna Welch &

Wanda Helms

Connellsville

The writers are members of the Willing Workers of Trinity Lutheran Church.

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