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Thanks for all the support on 'Shop Small Saturday' in Franklin

To The Daily Sun,

Dear customers and supporters of The Franklin Studio:

On behalf of our board of directors and our many volunteers, I want to thank our customers and supporters for making The Franklin Studio a great success in the Franklin community.
This past Saturdaywas "Shop Small Saturday", established for small and local retailers to encourage patrons to shop locally. For the Studio, it was also our most successful business day ever and we thank all the new folks who visited us on Saturday, and our regular customers for your support and loyalty. As you know, The Franklin Studio is a non-profit organization managed and staffed by volunteers working together as part of the revitalization of downtown Franklin. The support we've received from you our customers, the business community, our developer Todd Workman, and the City of Franklin has been essential to our success.
Thank you again for everyone's support during the past 17 months and especially on this past Saturday. Yes, it can be done in Franklin.
From Jo Brown and all the volunteers and board, have a wonderful holiday season.

Jo Brown, Owner
The Franklin Studio

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L. Michael Hatch (11-30) 168 VETERANS

To The Daily Sun,

Along with many other veterans, I would like to thank the owners of Fratello's and Homestead Restaurants for their complimentary prime rib dinner for veterans on Nov. 14th. I was able to bring my best friend, Edgar Powell, a retired Air Force
lt. colonel pilot. Ed is from Moultonboro and is best known as "Apple Ed." As always the food was excellent and service the best.

At a time we have million dollar NFL quarterbacks who refuse to honor Our National Anthem and kneel instead, colleges that take down our American flag and ban it from being on campus, and, last but not least, a Veterans Administration that cares more about itself than the deserving veteran, It is so nice to see there are people who do respect the veteran and prove it by their actions.
I want you to know all of U.S. veterans want to let you know how much we appreciate your generosity.
L. Michael Hatch
U.S. Navy, Hospital Corpsman


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