Thieves stole a little part of community's Christmas

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

I am not one to write Letters to the Editor but I feel I must let people read my story.

I live on Concession 8 West in Antrim Glen, which has a beautifully planned and eye-appealing entrance composed of evergreen trees.

The week before Christmas, this vision was shattered by a thief (or thieves).

They chopped down one of our trees for their Christmas tree...they left about a quarter of it still standing.

I want to say to those who did this sick deed: I hope you are proud of yourself. But I say "Shame on you."

I hope, after you trimmed and admired our tree, had Christmas cheer with friends and celebrated the blessed Christian holiday, you told everyone that the tree was stolen.

So, in the future, when you drive by Antrim Glen and you look at what you have done, I hope you feel a little guilty. You certainly upset all of us.

Diane Young

Antrim Glen

Thieves stole a little part of community's Christmas

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

I am not one to write Letters to the Editor but I feel I must let people read my story.

I live on Concession 8 West in Antrim Glen, which has a beautifully planned and eye-appealing entrance composed of evergreen trees.

The week before Christmas, this vision was shattered by a thief (or thieves).

They chopped down one of our trees for their Christmas tree...they left about a quarter of it still standing.

I want to say to those who did this sick deed: I hope you are proud of yourself. But I say "Shame on you."

I hope, after you trimmed and admired our tree, had Christmas cheer with friends and celebrated the blessed Christian holiday, you told everyone that the tree was stolen.

So, in the future, when you drive by Antrim Glen and you look at what you have done, I hope you feel a little guilty. You certainly upset all of us.

Diane Young

Antrim Glen

Thieves stole a little part of community's Christmas

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

I am not one to write Letters to the Editor but I feel I must let people read my story.

I live on Concession 8 West in Antrim Glen, which has a beautifully planned and eye-appealing entrance composed of evergreen trees.

The week before Christmas, this vision was shattered by a thief (or thieves).

They chopped down one of our trees for their Christmas tree...they left about a quarter of it still standing.

I want to say to those who did this sick deed: I hope you are proud of yourself. But I say "Shame on you."

I hope, after you trimmed and admired our tree, had Christmas cheer with friends and celebrated the blessed Christian holiday, you told everyone that the tree was stolen.

So, in the future, when you drive by Antrim Glen and you look at what you have done, I hope you feel a little guilty. You certainly upset all of us.

Diane Young

Antrim Glen