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Letters to the Editor, Dec. 15-18, 2012

Memories that will last a lifetime

Editor:

Once again, Park City, you brought us memories to last a lifetime. Thank you for coming out to enjoy Park City’s winter holiday at the PC Ice Arena.

Thanks to Park City Municipal Corporation, Starbucks and Park City Market for sponsoring this event. We would like to thank the community and visitors for their enthusiastic participation. It was a great night filled with cookies, hot chocolate, ornaments, skating and a visit with Santa.

We wish you all a joyous and wonderful holiday season.

Denise Carey

Park City Municipal Corporation

Most sincere thanks from a certified geezer

Editor:

According to the Christian Science Monitor, President Obama received 60 percent of the 18-to-29-year-old vote and this certified geezer sends you, each and every one, his most sincere thanks.

Since Social Security and Medicare are broke, there was some talk about means testing and upping the age eligibility, but that is now all past. My future entitlements are secure because Mr. Obama has decreed it to be so. Thank you again.

Of course, every penny you young folk pay in payroll taxes pays for most of but not all of my monthly Social Security check and Medicare benefits; the rest is borrowed from the Chinese. And if you youngsters think there will be anything for you when you achieve geezer status, well, hope springs eternal.

Hope and change, you bet.

Thomas Hurd

Park City


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