Reader disappointed

On Friday, Sept. 26 I went to a chicken supper at Winfield Seniors Home.

Dear Editor,

On Friday, Sept. 26 I went to a chicken supper at Winfield Seniors Home.

What a disappointment.

I never knew such a small potato scoop was invented. Also there was only a wee bit of salad and a small piece of chicken and bun.

What there was tasted good, but that’s all it was – a taste. I went home and made a ham sandwich.

Also, I can’t understand why the gas price is so high when the dollar is below ninety cents and a barrel of oil is below ninety dollars a barrel. They are trying to say it is because of the demand, but I have to wonder if it is a demand for oil or the dollar.

George Fedorcuk


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