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Letters to the Editor
Editor, Thank you for the coverage on the Wonn Road beach access, “IBA seeks speedy end to beach wall dispute,” in the Wednesday, May 25 edition of the South Whidbey Record. I really appreciate these articles. Please continue to keep us informed about this case.
Community Events, May 2016
Editor, We look forward to reading our local paper and happily subscribe to The Record. You all do a great job covering the pulse of South Whidbey. Often it is a rare source for good news in a media world that increasingly focuses on the worst. While I appreciate your local crime coverage and especially the efforts to address it, it seems like nearly every arrest or crime case is getting front page coverage.
Editor, We have all been working diligently to get quilts finished to be able to present to our Whidbey veterans. I am working with the South End and North End island veteran resource and support groups to get names for this month’s presentation in recognition of Memorial Day.
Editor, The inaugural Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series, featuring Pulitzer Prize and Emmy Award winner Hedrick Smith, was a huge success. The May 6 evening lecture at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts in Langley drew an overflow crowd. Some people watched the lecture on a monitor in the lobby and some, sadly, had to be turned away. The following night in Coupeville at least 300 people attended.
Editor, This week I came close to backing over a woman outside Red Apple market in Coupeville. My attention had been grabbed by a sudden migraine-type pain. To the woman, I am very sorry and also very pleased nothing happened other than scaring you — and me.