Letters of Thanks: Share your gratitude with Herald readers

One of the more enjoyable and satisfying parts of the Thanksgiving holiday — and it’s right there in the name — is sharing with others the things for which we are grateful.

The Herald Opinion page again offers the opportunity for all to write and express their thanks for the gifts and fortunes in their lives with our community of readers. Readers — especially children — are encouraged to write about the people, experiences and other blessings they have received over the past year. Letters of thanks will be published on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. Letters should be no more than 250 words — give or take — and be sent to the addresses below before Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Please include your name, address and phone number; only your name and city of residence will be published along with your letter.

We’ll start: We’re thankful for our readers and their letters to the editor.

Email: letters@heraldnet.com

Mail: Letters section

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