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From the Kentucky Living staff:

Thanks to all of you for helping to make working at Kentucky Living such a terrific job. I wish you safe and happy holidays and a prosperous New Year!�Lynne Christenson, advertising manager

Serving you has been my pleasure. Thank you for the opportunity. Happy holidays to one and all.�Elinor Hobgood, administrative assistant

Wishing you and your family Christmas warmth and magic, and a new year filled with joy.�Jane-Hunter Oldham, graphic designer

Spend your holidays giving thanks for your blessings. Spend 2006 in celebration. Live, love, and laugh out loud!�Monica Pickerill, advertising sales representative

May your journeys for 2006 take you down many an old Kentucky road filled with all the warmth and kindness I�ve found on my many journeys down old Kentucky roads.�Tammy Simmons, manager, communications projects

Holidays: time to eat, time to visit, time to reminisce about times long gone. Make the best of them.�Carol Smith, production manager

Traveling Kentucky selling advertising for Kentucky Living puts me in touch with many of you readers. Some of you are customers, many of you are friends, all of you are great folks. Happy holidays.�Curt Smith, advertising sales representative

May 2006 be the best year yet, for everyone.�Paula Sparrow, quality control specialist/proofreader

May you be surrounded by family, friends, and non-fattening treats this holiday season. Have a safe, healthy new year.�Arlene Toon, advertising sales coordinator

Thanks, readers, for making my job fun! It is a real joy to talk to so many of you each year and be able to help.�Anita Travis, managing editor

May all of you have a holiday season filled with love and a new year of peace and prosperity.�Kathy Wade, advertising assistant

Celebrate the holidays with the gift of words from your heart�to those you love, tell them so; to those you think of often but don�t get around to writing or calling, do it now; to acquaintances, share a kind word, a happy thought, a compliment. �Kate Wheatley, graphic designer/illustrator

I�ll quote Tiny Tim as a reminder of the lessons of A Christmas Carol: �God bless us, every one.�

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