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Have you heard? You have the chance to win a set of quintessential Northwest stuff...Fish Tale fishing themed products from Seattle Sundries! The winner will receive a roomy cotton shopping tote, one bar of natural Fish Tale Soap, and a sturdy refrigerator magnet.

All you must do to enter is to leave a comment here on our blog, answering the question: What's the most interesting thing you've read lately?

A winner will be chosen at random next Sunday, December 15th.

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Comments

Kathy Bergstrom :

It was an article, so I hope that counts. It was about a young lady in the U.S. Army, Sergeant Hester who was awarded the Silver Star, the third-highest decoration in the U.S. military for valor. She was the first female in the U.S. Army to receive the award since World War II and the first female ever to receive the Silver Star for courage in combat. That same year, She fulfilled a childhood dream by becoming a police officer. Nine years later, she rejoined the National Guard and spent 18 months in Afghanistan. She then joined the humanitarian effort in the Virgin Islands in the wake of 2017’s Hurricane Maria.
It was inspiring and reminded me to keep our young people, our military and civil service in my prayers.

Dec 16, 2019

Marlene:

Most interesting thing I’ve read recently is a note to Santa from my granddaughter

Dec 16, 2019

Marlene:

Most interesting thing I’ve read recently is a note to Santa from my granddaughter

Dec 16, 2019

Marlene:

Most interesting thing I’ve read recently is a note to Santa from my granddaughter

Dec 16, 2019

Lana Sumner:

My most interesting read of late is a non-fiction book called “Surviving Justice – America’s Wrongfully Convicted & Exonerated”, by Dave Eggers and Lola Vollen. It’s collection of stories that often left me shocked & wondering, “How could this happen?” & “How often does this happen?”!!

Dec 12, 2019

Carol Fegan:

The most interesting thing I have read lately is a book called: Poetry Daily: 366 Poems from the World’s Most Popular Poetry Website. I have not read too many yet, but so far not a klunker among them!

Dec 11, 2019

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