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Letter: Large T-shirt or bust

Letter: Large T-shirt or bust

Hi Y'all!

I guess you noticed from my greeting that I'm a good ol' Southern girl (USA).

I'm 15 years old and play the clarinet in the local high school band. I am also president

of the Future Homemakers of America at my school. I was born and raised (or nearly)

in Fayette, Alabama.

I need some help. I am collecting T-shirts from all across the country and around

the world.

My dad is a former radio announcer turned electronics tech. He tells me that most

newspapers are like radio stations: they always have an extra promotional shirt or

two that they would love to get rid of.

Dad said: "If y'all don't have an extra one we'll take the one you're wearing."

This started as a project to help me with my computer skills and it's working.

It's also helping me learn how other people live and talk in other parts of the world.

The biggest thing I have learned is that there are some very nice people all over

the world.

I have received items from several places in the US, Australia, Cuba, Mexico, Netherlands,

England, and Canada. So, once again, I need your help.

Oh, by the way, I wear a size large. Thank you for taking time to do this for me.

Amanda Harkey, 2344 Co Rd 106, Fayette, Alabama, USA 35555

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