Thanks for help with report on Washington state

A few weeks ago, I had a letter to the editor published in The Herald. It said I was doing a state report on Washington and asked Herald readers to send me some information.

The response was overwhelming. I have tried my best to send personal thank-yous to everyone, but if you send something and have not received a personal letter, please know how much I appreciate the time, thought, effort and money that your took to help me with my project. I learned so much, and I will never forget the experience.

On May 18, we went to our big State Fair where we displayed the information we received. The people of the great state of Washington were well represented.

Thank you, again.

Skyler Thomas

Charlotte Latin School

Charlotte, North Carolina

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