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Gent seeks penpal

Gent seeks penpal

Dear Editor,

Greetings from India. I am a gent of 65 years desirous of seeking penpals in your

country.

My interests are general. Penfriendship and collections of national anthems of various

countries, and exchange of used magazines and journals are my favourite hobbies.

I shall be grateful if you could kindly help me get English-knowing penpals - of

either sex and of any age group. As a retired person I am helping people develop

letter writing as an effective means to promote world peace, friendship and cooperation

for the better future of our human society.

I trust that your journal will help me as a special gesture to an Indian fellow human.

My address:

K. Balasundram, 61 Ng Go Colony

Dharmapuri - 636705, Tamilnadu, India

email: [email protected] or [email protected]

(Please note all small letters.)

Thanking you. May God bless you and your people.

Yours sincerely,
K Balasundram

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