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ClausNet Gazette 2018 Christmas Eve Edition

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The 2018 Christmas Eve edition of the ClausNet Gazette is now online!

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Santa Johnathan

Wonderful issue! 

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Hubcity Santa

Thank you so much for this issue. I loved reading every word and look forward to rereading many, many times. Merry Christmas to everybody!!!

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Kevin Fast

Thanks so much!

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Santa Bill Reiller

Another great issue!!!!   Thanks Michael

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Drosselmeyer

THANK YOU   @Michael Rielly  !!!

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Jason2274

Wow! First issue I have read and I loved it!

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Michael Rielly
1 minute ago, Jason2274 said:

Wow! First issue I have read and I loved it!

Glad you liked it!

We keep all out newsletters online. You can go back several years. Enjoy!

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Santa Ed K

Thank you very much. Well done.

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Tommy

Excellent!!!

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dwinfield

Oh my this is great.

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Felix Estridge

Great content, Mike.  I have not read it all yet, though.  I hope to do so this week.

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Santa Hays

This is something I look forward to reading every Christmas.  This year’s edition may be the best yet, with such a good blend of prose and poetry.  Thanks.

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Michael Rielly
1 hour ago, Santa Hays said:

This is something I look forward to reading every Christmas.  This year’s edition may be the best yet, with such a good blend of prose and poetry.  Thanks.

Thanks in a big way to contributions from our members. Thanks you!

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Santa Peter

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