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To the editor:
This letter is a little late, but I feel that David
Lanterman deserves public recognition for the Christmas present he
presented to the students of Washington-Monroe Elementary School.
Mr. Lanterman worked with the PTO of W-M to make it financially
feasible, gave a great price for both the movie and snacks, enabling
the PTO to send the entire student body to see "Chipwrecked" at the
Lincoln Theater. The theater opened early and even allowed the
children to see the movie before anyone else did.
[to top of second column in this letter]
All of the Lincoln Theater employees helped to set up popcorn and
pop and made it a wonderful experience for the students.
Mr. Lanterman and his people deserve a huge thank you, as does
the Washington-Monroe Parent Teacher Organization.
January 24, 2012]
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