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Charlotte Amalie
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Family Pride

Dear Source:
As I was reading this article at the very beginning my chest was sticking out with pride. When I see young men And women especially our black youth. You feel like they are your own. I was reading and smiling to see such academic subjects that this young man was speaking about, I said Wow this is wonderful. He is a model for kids today and he is still a young man. He is someone you would Want some of these kids today to follow, It felt good to read such a good report. As I read a little further and I saw his mother name my mouth flew open and I said Oh my God this is my cousin son And I smiled even wider.
Just wanted to say congratulations to Romney, and may God continue to direct his path and to continually be In the midst in whatever he does. And to my cousin Shirley continue doing what you are doing, my continue prayers goes out to you and yours.
Good news do travel far and wide. I see that Romney Jr. is born in this month when so many of us in the family is celebrating their day, yours truly was yesterday June 17th.. Just wanted to say that I am very proud to read such an eloquent article, and it is family. You are being thought of, when you think no one is thinking about you, your Cousin.
Doreen Deloris Blyden Harrison
Stamford, Conn.

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