“Thank you Fine Lines!” An open letter

Dear Fine Lines:

I would love to share information regarding Fine Lines with anyone and everyone who is interested. Let me tell you my story of the first time I was published in this publication.

I was divorced, alone, sad, and at the Southpointe Mall in Lincoln, Nebraska, shopping for a new shower curtain at Bed Bath and Beyond. It was rainy; the selection of shower curtains was overwhelming, and I really didn’t care anyway. So I went to Barnes and Noble and got a cup of coffee. I walked over to the magazine section, and Fine Lines was sitting there on the shelf, with my name (Dorothy Apley) on the front cover, listed with the other writers whose works were included in that issue.
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Exciting Opportunity for Retired Teachers! Visit China!!!

The Chinese American Cultural Bridge Center (CACBC), a non-profit organization promoting cultural exchange since 1992, regularly leads tours to China for educators (teachers/librarians/principals), retired educators, and student groups.  CACBC specializes in taking educators and plans two tours for this summer, which both family and friends can attend.  Deadline for both: May 25, 2011 or till it’s filled.

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