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balloons are a danger to all sorts of wildlife

  • Subject: [cg] balloons are a danger to all sorts of wildlife
  • From: "a.h.steely" gfcp@mindspring.com
  • Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 05:53:06 -0400

Remember when teachers used to have youngsters release balloons with
postcards tied to them and you would read about some kid in some far away
place finding a dead balloon on the shores of Tripoli or some such place???
Well, lots more were found in the guts of animals who washed up on the
shores of wherever having killed the animals, including whales.

That is why the Rangers are not for the balloons.  They are being nice so
you should not even have the things outside.  They always get away from kids
and uncaring adults.  Think about being protested by PETA then you will not
want the balloons because it is such bad publicity for your community
garden.

Sincerely,
Helen Steely
(Hegins was already about to end had it not been for protests by PETA but
can a Community Garden handle PETA public relations tactics?)



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