Greetings
October 17, 2010 - October 23, 2010
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October 23, 2010




To: Barb
just want you to know I love you in spite of the distance between Southern California and Edmonton Alberta....looking forward to our getaway to the coast of Maine in Bar Harbor
—John Leonard



To: Walter Skantze
Happy 74th Birthday from your Norwegian expat family in Oslo. We hope that you are enjoying your Snowbird exile in Florida. We look forward to your next visit with us. Love from Don, Kjersti, Erik, Ingrid & Lars
—Don Skantze

October 22, 2010




To: Eliot Clay
A Prairie Home Companion is one of the first memories I have growing up, riding in the back seat of our car as my dad drove us through the country. Thanks for the memories
—Eliot Clay

October 21, 2010




To: GARRISON AND STAFF
HOSPICE NURSING IS GRATIFYING AND I JUST LOVE IT SO. HOWEVER, I WOULD NOT GET THROUGH A DAY IN MY CAR WITHOUT YOU. AND TONITE WAS JUST ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY BOOST IN MY MORALE AND SPIRIT TO GET ME THROUGH THE REST OF THE WEEK. YOUR HD SHOW WAS EVEN BETTER THAN FRST!PLEASE DO IT AGIN SOON. pLEASE,NOW, STAY WELL, COUTINUE, PLEASE!,TO DO YOUR GOOD WORK AND STAY IN TOUCH! SINCERELY, THANK YOU, ALL!!!!
—CHRISTINE SIRAGUSA-BOCSKAY



To: Ron
Hard as nails, tough as bricks, Hope's Class of '56! Happy Birthday Ron DeGraw and hope you enjoy attending the October 30th show in St Paul!
—David DeGraw



To: Jamie Skeen
To my wife at the Quail Springs AMC theater in Oklahoma City who's at the Cinemark at Robinson Township, PA- and they said we wouldn't be together for the show!
—Joe Skeen



To: Leslie
Happy Birthday - to the greatest mom and the best wife that ever was. Your enthusiasm is what keeps the rest of us smiling.
—Tom Solitario

October 20, 2010




To: sam walker
the best of luck with your return to the wrestling matt after your career ending leg break near 3 years ago it has taken a lot of courage to get here so "break a leg"just kidding
—cliff walker



To: Bismarck ND
We are traders..North Dakota residents had to turn their backs on Bismarck we just had to make the drive down to St. Paul and see this LIve!!!Hopefully we can still have a beer together..UffDa!
—Dorothy Green



To: Mom in law
Couldn't think of anyone more to go to the "live" cinecast with in Manchester, CT. Glad we can spend this quality (air quotes) time with each other. I love you THIS MUCH!
—Michelle Gardner

October 19, 2010




To: Aimee Ann Vanek
To our daughter Aimee Ann at Cinemark Tinsel Town in Oklahoma City. Your student loans are all finally paid allowing us to finally be able to afford Prairie Home tickets. Mom and Dad
—Bob Vanek



To: Keister Family
We send you all greetings and continue to be thankful for those of you who married into this family,even with knowing its meaning!
—Betsy &Paul Keister
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