January 8th, 2020

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To the person who found my keys in the parking lot of Giant in Quakertown. They left them with the customer service attendant and my day has started off much better. I had lost them the previous night when the store was closing.

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To Elise. Thank you for your Christmas card. We are happy that you liked the decorations. It is good to know that people really like them. Happy New Year to you and your family. It was a very nice note to receive. From The Happy Homeowners with all the decorations.

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To Frank (my Guardian Angel). Thank you for staying and talking until the ambulance came Thanksgiving night. You kept me calm. You left so quickly, I never got to say thank you! -Bonnie

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To the players, sponsors and volunteers who helped make the 4th Annual Holiday Basket Bingo for the Sellersville Fire Department a huge success! Please remember to thank the businesses who sponsored the baskets and donated items for the Chinese auction because without them we could not continue to hold this annual event. Monies raised go back into the community in the form of resources such as equipment, training, supplies, etc. for our volunteer firefighters who respond in your time of need

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To the speeding driver who, on the evening of December 23, crashed through our split rail fence, destroyed our shrubs and gorgeous magnolia tree, hit the car of my brother from out of state who was visiting for the holidays, and worst of all who drove away leaving debris and devastation to our property.

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To ”Timmy” who left a handwritten note and candy in our mailbox on Beechwood Drive in Sellersville. Our family loved your note and it warms our hearts to know that our light display brings joy to others. We hope you had a very Merry Christmas!

January 15th, 2020

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To Elise
for the wonderful honor of being one of your favorite Christmas houses. Your card and the personal delivery were such a nice surprise. It has been shown to a lot of people. Glad the lights and decorations were able to put a smile on your face!
Your Franklin Street Friends

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To too much salt, too often on the roads in Haycock Township. From November until now we have been driving on roads covered so thick with salt that people have lost control of their cars because of sliding over salted roads. The dust being kicked up is making it look like a fog. We have had temperatures above freezing conditions day and night most of the time. What is the purpose of salting at 40+ degrees with no rain on a clear day?

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To the new Penny Power front page look!

From a Penny Power Reader