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By Charlotte Tanner


January 23, 2006

I agree that Ketchikan has undergone many transformations, and will undoubtedly undergo many more in the future.

As to forgiving, that is a nice sentiment, but along with our forgiveness perhaps we should suggest a few anger management classes.

Apparently bullying has "worked", but this time it backfired. Maybe now it's time to be open to learning new and more constructive ways.

Charlotte Tanner
Ketchikan, AK - USA


About: Charlotte Tanner came to Ketchikan in 1968 on the M/V Wickersham. She lived in Petersburg for 16 years, and returned to Ketchikan in 1994. She has raised two children who are now in college, and are members of KIC. Tanner is a retired fisherperson, an artist, she has two dogs and she's a gardener.



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