Letters to the editor October 1, 2009

Steve Chittock

Curves not just a business, it was a second home, family

I am writing this letter to first tell everyone at Curves for Women how much you meant to me. I have so many fond memories of my time in Crescent City. I felt blessed to be part of a town that was so friendly and supportive.

To my family, Curves was never just a business it was a second home and family. I made so many great friends of all ages. We would work out, laugh and have a great time. It is such a sisterhood of support through good and bad times. That is why when I told the doors of Curves had been shut, I felt helpless and sick to my stomach. I was thinking of all my ladies and wishing I could do something about it. But my hands are tied.

But please know you are all constantly in my thoughts and I wish I could go to each and everyone of you and tell you how much you have touched me personally. Just to name a few.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for such cherished and fond memories, I will never forget any of you or the time I was blessed to live in Crescent City. Please know if there was anything I could do, I would have been there yesterday.

Christy Costa

Central Point, Ore.

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