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Letter to the Editor
Thursday, June 19, 2014, 8:55 p.m.
 

Stop trashing Arnold

Lighthouse Mission, located in Arnold, is pleased to supply after-school snacks and drinks to our local children. Unfortunately, this practice may have to be discontinued.

That's because of the volume of rubbish — plastic containers and snack paper — being tossed onto the streets of Arnold.

The city has notified us of its displeasure and asked us to do something about it.

We would appreciate the parents of our Arnold children to speak with them to be more responsible in their actions. The snacks for kids can continue only if spreading of rubbish stops.

Thanks in advance to the parents for their cooperation in this matter.

The Rev. Steve Gabor

Arnold

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