Excellent reporting in article

I would like to express our gratitude to your reporter Kevin Rothbauer for doing an excellent job of reporting.

I would like to express our gratitude to your reporter Kevin Rothbauer for doing an excellent job of reporting in the article “70 years later” in your Aug. 7 paper.

He arrived on only two days’ notice on a Sunday and had just previewed the video before coming. He was prepared to ask all the right questions. He identified each person and recorded accurately their replies. His photo was also excellent. The name of the video is Seventy-one years: the Loss and Discovery of Avro Anson L7056 and is available in DVD locally.

We are lucky in Duncan to have such talent as Nick Versteeg and his team of workers. I am sure we will have a lot more of their work.

Thanks again to your reporter Kevin Rothbauer and to the staff of the Citizen newspaper for reporting this gathering.

 

Shirley Berg

Maple Bay

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