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Happy Thanksgiving from Palmer/Forks Patch Editor

Here's wishing everyone has a happy and healthy holiday today.

Happy Thanksgiving.

I just wanted to take a moment to drop all of my Patch readers a note to wish you all a very happy and healthy holiday today.

Hopefully, like me, you're up early watching the Thanksgiving parades or getting ready to put the turkey in the oven.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of the year, a day for parades, football and feasting and a time to spend it with family and friends -- whether you are at home or on the road.

So enjoy the day and get ready for Black Friday shopping Friday.

And thank you all very much for supporting this site and helping me try to provide you with as much information about Forks and Palmer townships to keep you educated and informed.

I really hope that Patch.com is adding a little sunshine -- and enlightenment -- into your daily lives.

We've certainly weathered the storm of late, going through Election Day and Hurricane Sandy. It was rough times for many of us. But we got through it.

I look forward to our continued growth together.

So have a wonderful holiday! And please keep reading.

Sincerely,

Dino F. Ciliberti

Palmer/Forks Patch.com Editor

Mike Stull November 22, 2012 at 09:45 PM
Hi Dino: Just wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving Day also. I do enjoy reading the Patch every day and, being a newcomer to the area, do find the things you put on the site very helpful and thought provoking. You and I share similar values and traditions, so many of which are going to the wayside due to people just not caring anymore, too busy, too tired, or all of the above. I still do many of the traditions that my parents did for me and my brothers and my sister. It keeps them alive in my heart through the holidays besides bringing me back to the joy I had then as a kid. Memories is what it is all about and, thinking of those who have so much less to work with. Those who are affected by Sandy are in my prayers every single day, just as the folks who serve this great country of ours every day and their families who miss them terribly while doing that service. That and so much more (that I could never fit in here) is what makes Thanksgiving the day that it is for me. Thanks for all you and I and others look forward to your contributions in the future. Mike

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