Thank You From The Deer Park Gazette

As we near the end of our second year at the helm of the Deer Park Gazette, we would like to thank our contributors.

To the Writers & Photographers of the Deer Park Gazette,

Thank you for your time, your dedication, and your wonderful works.  You are vital to each issue of this paper and to any hope of its continuing. The Gazette is enriched with each creator from our community.  I am grateful to now have many voices of many different ages. From the Jr. Contributors and the teens to the adults as well, your perspectives are important to us.  

I hope that the number of contributors continues to grow, and the Deer Park Gazette can be something that the whole community finds value in. 

Thank you again

Richie Schut – Owner/Publisher
Ellie Chambers – Editor/Wordsmith

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