Archive for the ‘Letters to the Editor’ Category

  • Clean up long overdue

    Dec 10, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: In regards to the article in last week’s edition entitled, “Access is the Issue: Lacina,” to use the language of the day, someone, somewhere, has to call “B.S!” This news article is an example of why it can be so frustrating sometimes being...

  • Isolation letter rings true

    Dec 3, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: What a wonderful letter from reader Paul Prown (“Social isolation a danger for seniors,” in the Nov. 15 Chatham Voice). My wife and I are elderly (although I certainly don’t consider myself old) and, although we have six middle-aged...

  • Kudos to Theatre Kent, Capitol

    Dec 3, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Recently, I was proud to be from Chatham-Kent. My wife and I attended the Theatre Kent special, “40 Years – the Sounds of TK” at the Capitol Theatre. My pride stemmed from two reasons. The first was the level of performance by everyone involved in...

  • Thank you for benches

    Nov 26, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Thank you to our outgoing municipal council and those that paid for and installed those nice metal benches at various bus stops within the city of Chatham. These benches are much appreciated during the warm weather months and useful for not just those...

  • Birthday wish answers Christmas wishes

    Nov 26, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Last year when Emma-Lynn Wilbur celebrated her ninth birthday,  she made a special request to her family and friends not to give her gifts for her birthday, but instead purchase gifts to donate to Chatham Goodfellows for the 2017 “No Child...

  • Cenotaph support appreciated

    Nov 26, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: Over Veteran’s Week, Christ Church Chatham organized a 64-hour vigil at the Chatham Cenotaph.  The community was overwhelming in its support. Families, individuals, service groups and organizations filled the two-hour time slots, taking turns to...

  • Social isolation a danger for seniors

    Nov 19, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: The Foundation of The Retired Teachers of Ontario/ Les enseignantes et enseignants retraités de l’Ontario (RTO/ERO) declared its first annual Social Isolation Awareness Month for October. As well, Oct. 1 was International Day of Older Persons. The...

  • Sidewalk rules are confusing

    Nov 1, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: In regards to several letters that have appeared in The Chatham Voice in recent months regarding the change in sidewalk structure and appearance along Grand Avenue West from Keil Drive North to Bear Line. I understand the concern and confusion for people...

  • Story details full effort of evangelism

    Nov 1, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: I’m so grateful for Bruce Corcoran’s magnificent story about how two local churches, Emmanuel Baptist Church and St. Paul’s Congregational Church got together to organize a missionary trip to Tanzania. Like many others, I believe that...

  • Drug crisis: The need for a safety net

    Oct 29, 18 • 0 Views • Letters to the EditorNo Comments

    Sir: The readers of The Chatham Voice commented on my earlier letter, “Opioid Crisis – a personal story” (The Voice, Sept, 20). A disclosure of my vulnerability in public/media brought a sense of hope to many. If I as a professional in the field could...