LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Please stop throwing cans on roadside!
I’ve spent 15 minutes collecting cans alongside the road for only three days, and I have collected 67 cans! I know that it doesn’t seem like that many cans, but there really shouldn’t be any cans or garbage alongside the road. I think that if we all could stop throwing things outside of our windows that Elk Rapids would be cleaner. I’m particularly addressing the people who drink Red Bull, White Claw Hard Seltzer, and Mike’s Hard Cider; people who drink these things have thrown their cans out of their vehicles. The reason why everyone should stop throwing their cans onto the road is because it takes 450 years for one aluminum can to decompose. If Elk Rapids is going to stay as beautiful as it is now, we all should stop throwing cans out our windows into the wondrous nature around us.
Maizie Schiller, 5th grader
Support adds meaning to CSA
I recently broke my ankle, which, as you may expect, is an inconvenience for a farmer in the spring or any time for that matter. This has limited many tasks I would like to accomplish this time of the season. My wife, Haley, reached out to our community supporters, who came out to lend a helping hand. The show of support was tremendous, and we are so very grateful. First, for the physical and verbal support of everyone who stepped up to ensure we didn’t slip too far behind in our spring tasks. The list of names is too extensive to list, but they include our customers, CSA members, former employees, volunteers, work-traders and friends. We surely hope you realize who you are and how grateful we feel.
Thank you all for your continued support. These actions and continued support from these individuals put an added meaning to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).
Thank you! Thank you!
Adam, Haley, and Atticus Brown,
Doing the right thing!
Recently my son lost his wallet along Cairn Hwy. Thankfully Adam Hatch came across the wallet, and not knowing the person on the ID, he asked around until he could find the wallet’s rightful owner. A huge thank you to Adam, as his action in doing the right thing is greatly appreciated!
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