Bookworm Hienrichs sat at her desk and pulled paper and pen to her. After several sheets ended their lives as crumpled balls on the floor, she finally sat back and read the completed letter.
To the citizens of New Babbage:
No, no more challenges. And this is not meant to be pushing. I merely wish to bring up a few suggestions that perhaps–just perhaps–have been forgotten.
There are other ways to support Relay for Life than merely monetary donations. We need people to assist us with planning a few events. We need people willing to auction off their time and talents at the people auction, or their unique builds at the thing auction (either, or both, depending on response, to be held in June). People can also create things to be sold in the Relay for Life vendors–a special area can be set up in the city for such vendors if there are enough. And there are friends and family from the so-called “Real Life” who can donate through the medium of Convio.
If anyone is interested in doing such over the next few months, please contact either myself or Miss Avariel Falcon. I thank you for your consideration, and remain–
Miss Bookworm Hienrichs
Bookworm finally nodded once, folded the sheet, and stuck it in an envelope. She gave the envelope to one of the city messengers to take to the printers, with instructions for its dissemination. ‘The rest,’ she thought abstractedly as she watched the urchin whisk around the corner, ‘is silence.’