To whom it may concern: I know you probably won't read this unless you stole someone's newspaper, but I just want you to know that if you are the one stealing my lawn decorations you can buy more of them at Bi-Mart.
I have always worked hard for the things I have gotten and it just seems unfair that someone can just come by and take it for him or herself. I don't know who you are and I don't want to know you. But there is someone who does know you and knows you by name, knows where you live and what you will do in life. He is probably looking down at my lawn decorations right now and is feeling sad because He knows that it does not belong to you. He is our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Yes, the same Jesus that died for your sins.
One of the Ten Commandments is, "Thou Shalt not Steal," which probably gets broken quite often. Someday when we stand before Jesus we will have to be accountable for everything we did and we won't be able to lie our way out because, after all, he has seen it all.
/s/ Angelica Santos, Sunnyside
Easter egg hunt
Sunnyside Recreation would like to thank the Sunnyside Food Pavilion for its support with this year's Easter egg hunt event. It was a great success despite the inclement weather, with more than 100 children participating.
Due to the weather we were not able to have the children hunt for candy, so we gave out handfuls of candy and took down their name, age and phone number to qualify them for the Easter basket drawings.
This event would not have been possible without the help of the Sunnyside Food Pavilion. Their generous candy donation and the four large beautiful Easter baskets were greatly appreciated. Thank you for all you do in supporting this community.
/s/ Joan Niemeyer, coordinator, Sandra Medrano, assistant, Sunnyside Recreation & Community Center.