Posting truth for the children to see

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To the editor: Not long ago, I served as a substitute teacher all day at Columbia High School in Hunters, Washington.

In this lunchroom, there was a large poster that spoke to students about the evil of marijuana use.

Dr. Bill Wadington, superintendent, and Matt McLain, principal, are to be commended on placing that large truthful poster on the wall for the students to see and read.

As I left the lunch room I thought of the Bible verse: “....the father to the children shall make known thy truth.” Isaiah 38:19

—Arthur Houk

Colville, WA

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