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05/13/2014 10:20 AM
05/13/2014 10:21 AM
Working as a school crossing guard in the city of Trophy Club, I have met some very kind, nice and very well-mannered children. I had begun to think that the words "please," "thank you," "good morning" and "have a nice day" had suddenly been dropped from the English language, but AH, not so.
My "hats off" to the parents and to the teachers who obviously are doing a tremendous job raising our children.
It gives me great faith in our towns and in our country.
I believe if Trophy Club children are any indication of how we are raising our children, then I honestly beleive that the future of or country is in very good hands.
Richard A Conni, Trophy Club
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