PENINSULA LETTERS: Refreshing read

With much talent here in Sidney yet to be tapped, it is hoped the News Review will continue articles on this theme of achievements

How refreshing to read in the July 18 issue, not about politicians or other horrific events world-wide which we hear rightly so through the media, an article in the Homefinder column of the News Review on Carrell-Ayne Whalen, a local business resident who urges us in her own words how to de-clutter homes and her individual style to staging homes while consciously aware most people in these economic times are on budgets.

With much talent here in Sidney yet to be tapped, it is hoped the News Review will continue articles on this theme of achievements which I feel sure would be an added interest to readers.

Caroline E. Whitehead

Sidney

 

 

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