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Greetings to PN in October 2012


That was a very nice coverage (SouthGate Center Fall Festival). Of all the events Jaycees and Exchange Club host, if at least one event can be done on the south side of Naperville, that would bring a lot of enthusiasm among the business community on this part of the town. I think, we can comfortably host the bed race event here. Let’s see how it works out in 2013. Thank you. —Bob Parida

I simply wanted to send a short note to thank you for posting the story about the West St. Coalition’s coming public event this Saturday afternoon (Oct. 27). Your new website not only looks good, but the accurate search feature is very useful for finding everything that is “positively Naperville.” —George Bennett

Thank you so much for your continuing support of the Naperville Garden Club. Our major fundraiser, the Cup of Cheer House Walk, Holiday Market and Tea, makes it possible to fulfill our mission which includes stimulating knowledge and interest in gardening, beautifying the Naperville area by donating trees, plants and service and providing scholarships. —Marilyn Krueger, President, Naperville Garden Club

Editor’s Note: Did you know that the Cup of Cheer Holiday Market is open to the public from noon to 6PM on Fri., Dec. 7,  on the 2nd Floor of the White Activities Center at North Central College. 325 E. Benton Ave.?  INFO: www.napervillegardenclub.org/cupofcheer.html

Thanks for the promo for Near Beer and the pictures at Oktoberfest.  It was great!! Will keep you posted on future events. —Zeb (David Szablewski)

Due to a variety of circumstances, the Confederation meeting for the month of October has been cancelled. Stay tuned for details on our next meeting, November 17, which is planned for the 95th Street Library, and keep an eye out for our next newsletter on or about the first of November. Thanks for your continuing support of the Confederation!  —Bob Fischer, Vice President – Naperville Area Homeowners Confederation, www.napervillehomeowners.com

Gudrun is always so pleased when an announcement (German language church services on the first Sunday at St. Paul) appears in the print version. As you may know, she clips the announcements and puts them in the scrapbook she keeps for the German church service. —Alles Gute, Kathleen Betterman

Positively Naperville, Thank you for your support of Scott’swalk 2012. The day began with cool temperatures but quickly warmed up with the wonderful show of support from over 220 walkers. Scott’swalk organizers appreciated the notices published in Positively Naperville. We look forward to working with you on Scott’swalk 2013. Thank you again.  —The West Suburban Irish Scott’s Walk Committee

Would you please give a hug to my paper delivery boy! I didn’t realize who he was in my driveway until after he left and the paper was on my front door. I love the special delivery service!!!  … Complaint: When I told you years ago that PN would never survive, it was just about 4 pages. Now it is so BIG that it takes me two cups of coffee to finish it. Now it is way too big. Tsk! Tsk! —Bev Frier

Editor’s Note: PN was launched  in September 2001 during the Jaycees Last Fling as an 8-page community news source.  The publication quickly grew to 16 pages, then 20, 24, 28 and it’s been 32 pages for more than five years. Currently, with the recent launch of the new digitally accessible Web site, the publication with its now-larger font is likely to remain at 32 pages. Thanks for reading.

Just read latest PN in Page, Arizona, above the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. Sometimes these smart phones are useful! —Ron Ory

Great article, thanks so much. …  Greatly appreciated the time you spent at the Christmas Stocking House with us. Hope to see you at the Healing Fields sometime during the event. —Betty Krupp, Vice President, Operation Support Our Troops America

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