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Kimball Jenkins - A Christmas Story

on Mon, 12/24/2012 - 15:15

It was the night before Christmas and all through the Estate, not a student was stirring, all home to celebrate. The artwork was hung in the gallery with care, in hopes that some art lovers soon would be there. The art teachers locked their studio doors, while Ryan closed the windows and swept up the floors.

When what should appear on the porch at the back, but a postman in a rain slicker and a big mail sack? Away to the door Ryan flew like a flash, the Annual fund is ending and this could be cash! When what to our amazement did the mailman show, but a small white envelope with a little pink bow.  Inside the envelope, the letter said this:

We smiled when we read it in spite of ourselves. The postman spoke not a word, but continued on his route, got back in the mail truck and gave us a “toot.” Raising his hand and giving a grin, we'd the feeling we might see him again. But we heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight, it’s those small donations that are important and bring you delight!

You can make a difference today, we all do believe.  Send a check to Kimball-Jenkins Annual Fund by New Year’s Eve. Or donate on-line at

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