Good god! Did you see all the fantastic events, charities, and educational opportunities going on in our community in last week’s Reader?
The Bonner County History Museum’s latest exhibit, a CNC router course at MakerPoint, a walking fundraiser for the homeless, Poem in Your Pocket Day (April 26), an Origami Flower workshop, Sandpoint Parks and Rec’s Softball league — all that was reported on just pages 18 and 19 of a jam-packed edition of the Reader.
Even though I probably can’t make it to each of these events, it makes me happy knowing others will. And, I’m reminded how grateful I am to belong to this wonderful community.
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