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Dear Happenings, I wanted to share that I have been receiving such wonderful feedback about the article that you published about my breast cancer experience (Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Two Regional Women’s Stories, October 2022). Each day I have been getting new beautiful messages from readers who appreciated the tone and spirit of the article. I am especially excited about two things... how much my doctor and nurses loved it... and also, we had this lovely couple come to the shop specifically because they read the article and wanted to meet us! How sweet is that!? We are actually getting together for dinner this week! All because of your beautiful article! Thank you so much again for all that you do. You don’t realize the impact your wonderful magazine has on people! It is well worth all of your hard work and effort. You are touching so many lives and hearts. Happenings is a total class act.��
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