Artists offer thanks to island community | Letter to the editor

To the editor:

It is hard to believe that another year and holiday season has past, they seem to come on faster and slip by quicker as years go by!

How lovely to be graced this year with a dusting of snow to slow the rush down a bit.

Gregg and I want to thank you for making the holidays bright with your enthusiastic support of the many Island artists who make their living doing art, not to mention the ever-growing art organizations who encourage and inspire all of our creative lives.

We are blessed to call Bainbridge Island our home for the past 40 years.

Thank you and Happy New Year!

DIANE BONCIOLINI AND GREGG MESMER

Bainbridge Island

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