Thursday, January 21, 2021

Another Meaford Retailer Closes Shop

Dear Editor,

The closing signs in the window of Stuff to Read/The Source is one of the saddest things I saw over Christmas. We lost the best part of the community. Al was always there for any author, musician, event planner, or person befuddled by technology. Now we have lost him. As he said, “If people insist on shopping out of town, there will be nobody left.”

Please find a way to say “Thank you Al” for all he did for 40 years. God bless your retirement.

Sincerely,

Roberta Docherty, Meaford

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