Kudos to Elks and Royal Purple

I'd like to pass on a bouquet or bouquets to our local Elks and Royal Purple groups

Editor, The Times:

As humans, how often we seem to do nothing but complain, usually about things we can’t change and no one else wants to hear about anyways.

Well folks, I’d like to pass on something “good,” a bouquet or bouquets to our local Elks and Royal Purple groups. How often do you take time from your busy lives and go to the Farmers Market on Saturday? (Thanks to the vendors and sponsors there too). It’s a great place, breakfast is only $6 a person, coffee, juice, pancakes(s), eggs(s), bacon and sausage and friends. We live in a great community.

Thanks to all for making Saturday mornings a good memory. Also thanks to all the other volunteer groups and businesses in our community. Tourists are fine people too, but the locals are what make this a great place and why tourists want to visit.

Jean Gross

Clearwater, B.C.


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