I’ll write a full post when it isn’t nearly three in the morning, but I just wanted to toss out this thing that I started working on tonight.
A couple of us are trying to come up with any number of actions that might serve the dual purpose of helping to stave off (or at least forestall) the proposed closure of one of Windsor’s only two independent urban post offices, while at the same time gathering primary sources concerning the makeup, operation and needs of the Sandwich neighborhood.
I think a coloring contest may be somehow involved.
Possibly. Or not. We’ll see.
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I concur! (in support of the colouring contest) we can have an unofficial colouring contest on behalf of the canada post headquarters. We can flood their mail with our submissions. Anything worthy of any importance usually has a colouring contest on it’s behalf.
I like the idea of doing a ‘critical’ mass mailing of colouring pages to that particular location.
Has this building been designated historical?
Indeed it has. It’s apparently the longest-running heritage building in Ontario.
I really liked the stamp-edge addition. Can you bring these if you can make it out to office hours tomorrow?
I was browsing the web looking for a good picture of a house for children to colour and came across yours. I was wondering if you would mind me making use of it in a lapbook that I would like to design. I will not be selling the lapbook but I may make it available for use from my blog. If this is totally no ok with you please let me know and I will only use it with my children at home.
Thanks so much for your time.
Pauline from Australia
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