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Britt Bravo Oct 17
Just mailed 60 letters to people who don’t vote often & asked them to vote in the election. Now it’s time to research the California propositions and prepare my own ballot!
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Stationery & Art Oct 17
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Sue Morin Oct 17
I just did something that I haven't done in a while, I sat down and wrote a handwritten letter to my pen pal Denise. I included a photo of myself and one of my cards. We have been friends/ pen pals since camp when I was a pre-teen and keep in touch with letters!
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Joseph Cash Primary Oct 19
4FV are enjoying using on the iPad to identify features of an informal letter. A fun and interactive English lesson
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Anna B. Rubin Oct 16
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LenaNoel Oct 17
I prepped letters to ask registered voters to turnout at the polls. The letters are nonpartisan and do not endorse any candidate. to voters
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Heidi Harrison, EdD Oct 17
100 letters written with love and hope, and sent to voters in North Carolina Vote Forward rocks
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Spotlight Stationery Oct 17
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Scott Thomson Oct 18
1969 Thailand International Letter Writing Week 50st
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Highfield Healthcare Oct 19
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Sylvia Czuppon Oct 17
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RB Schmidt Oct 17
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Laura Quigley Oct 19
Thanks to this initiative by we have made contact with local nursing homes in and are in the process of writing 280 letters to be sent to local residents 📝 🥰
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Janelle Beitz Oct 13
Mailing these today; forgot yesterday was a no mail day.
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Maki Hasegawa Oct 17
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Cara (she/her) Oct 17
Sending out 120 letters to Texas residents to get out the vote on behalf of the program.
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Sarah molina 12h
Writing letters doesn't scare us! Today, we continued our letter writing. They wrote a letter to a scarecrow persuading him to come help protect their crops. 🎃🌽🥕🧺 🧡💛💚🤎🤍🍅
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the sun was in my eyes Oct 14
The postcard was born Oct. 1, 1869 with the release of the Correspondenz-Karte by the Austrian Post. The light-brown rectangle had space for an address on the front, room for a short message on the back, and cost half that of a normal letter📫💌
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Balaji Anbil Oct 15
Why don't we use this period of 'lockdown' to bring back letter writing, so we and our kids could write back to parents/grand parents? Perfect moment to bring this awesome habbit back!
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literaturesupporter Oct 14
More Flaubert-Turgenev love. F to T: "You are right to love me, for I love you dearly. I'm DYING to have boundless conversations with you, and I embrace you." (July 10, 1873).
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