Early American Crafters thank community
The Early American Crafters welcomed many youngsters and oldsters alike to the beautifully decorated Canyon event held last Saturday.
Many thanks to the Fulton Kiwanis Club, Girl Scouts, Daisy Troup, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Leaders for assisting us when needed.
A special thanks to the City of Fulton and Unity Christian School for providing the shuttle service for the Illuminated Walk. It was the perfect way to kickoff the Christmas season.
Again to all participants, thank you for another successful year at Heritage Canyon.
Linda E. Dykstra and Donna Smith,
Don’t silence trains
Paul Gassman thinks “everyone in the city would appreciate less noise in the evening and morning.”
I would appreciate it if Clinton High didn’t have band practice at night but you know what — you learn to live with it. Or you sleep with earplugs.
If the project is time consuming and expensive, I’m sure the city council will approve it.
Jane A. Foster,
Early American Crafters thank community
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