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To be fair and honest about it, yes, all of us have sinned

To The Daily Sun,

Mr. Lemay and Mr. Earl wrote letters about terrible experiences they had in Protestant, and Roman Catholic churches, and to be fair and honest they told the truth. But remember, we are all sinners, even good sinners and bad sinners. We read every day about good works done to help people, and also terrible murder, and rape stories done by real evil people.

Question: do the good people go to heaven, and the bad people go to hell? God's word is loving and simple, it states, "Marvel not, I say unto you, you must be born again" (John 3:7). That includes the Pope of Rome, all priests, and clergy. The Pope is not divine, common sense tells you that, but better still God's word says, "For all have sinned, and fall short of the glory of God" (Rom 3:23). To go to heaven you must believe that God loves you, Jesus died for you and rose again from the dead to save all of us. Question is do we believe? Yes, or no, your choice.

Mr Lemay said a snake (Satan) could not talk to Eve. Well, it sounds funny, but I had a budgey bird, that said, "Pretty Polly", and "Hi Mack" every morning.

America wake up. We have turned our backs on our loving God, "Pray, please forgive us," ask Jesus into your heart, and you will be delivered, and meet the God of our nation in heaven for sure.

William Liam McCoy



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Friends, you have taken me to highest mountain with your words

To The Daily Sun,

Retirees who have preceded me and who have left Inter-Lakes High School have surely felt the warmth of kind words and the sincerity of impressive tributes. Their tasks done, they have left to pursue other positions or simply to rest and relax.

In a few weeks, I will be joining that group, retiring after a number of years as a teacher and as the manager of your school store. My stay at Inter-Lakes High School has been a rewarding and satisfying one, enriched and supported by school board members and administrators, by teachers and staff, by students and parents. Individually, each one of you has touched my life; collectively, all of you have nurtured my passions for teaching and for managing a small business.

Too often I have acknowledged you silently. Today I am thanking you graciously and lovingly.

At a recent retirement party, I was greeted by a large number of happy and enthusiastic colleagues and long-time friends. Hosted by my dear friends — Elaine Campbell, Cindy Boucher and Diane Hueber,  this party was a joyous blend of fun and entertainment, speeches and tributes honoring me, and the presentation of very generous gifts.

I deem it such a distinction to know that the high school library will now be called The Marjorie Lee Library; and I feel so honored and happy to know that the Inter-Lakes Alumni Association will present an annual scholarship, in my name, from the impressive monies donated by all of you. In addition to those beautiful honors, the 2015 Pinnacle (yearbook) was dedicated to me. Unbelievable? I would surely say so! Overwhelmed? I know so!

On Sunday, June 7, the Alumni Association held its 91st Alumni Brunch at Church Landing. A great gathering of 196 alumni honored the 50 year class and enjoyed an abundant brunch and entertainment. The association awarded three $1,000 scholarships to Catherine Quimby, Kylie Dickinson and Kodey Converse. The annual Alumni Cup was presented to Hannah Crosby, and the first alumni scholarship in honor of Marjorie Lee was awarded to Kylie Dickinson. The Class of 1960 awarded two $500 scholarships to Terri Folsom and Allison McCann.

All of you, my dear friends, have taken me to the highest mountain (figuratively) with your beautiful words, with your impressive gifts, and with your heartfelt love and gratitude. You have shown such warmth, such kindness, and such selflessness; you have given to me and honored me so beautifully from your very generous and big hearts.

In my humility and from my heart, I thank you all so very, very much. In the time ahead, I hope

that I can make a difference for you, the kind of difference you have made for me.

In friendship and with appreciation and love,

Marjorie Lee


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