Editor Clare Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org
2:32 pm on Thursday, September 8, 2011
Touch of Home added an event for September 17th. When I added it, all the info was correct, now looking back the info has been changed & also added again, so that there are 2 Junk Markets for September 17th. The first posting is correct except its our 9th Junk Market, not our 8th. The second posting is completely wrong if you could just delete it. I do not know how to go in & edit it as someone else(Michaela Knower) re-posted it.
We apprecitate being able to post on your website.
Touch of Home Furnishings
11:18 am on Wednesday, July 6, 2011
I was trying to post a classified and I keep getting the response.
This classified was not saved
Please correct the following errors and try again:
Categories is invalid.
Special is not included in the list.
I tried under merchandise and also services. It is for my work Trade Direct, not sure if it is not allowed or if I'm doing something wrong. Sorry if your the wrong person to contact.
8:27 am on Friday, June 24, 2011
Just curious as to why other Patch sites of surrounding cities DO NOT require people to use their last names when posting? They seem to feel that a first name is sufficient enough to keep the posts from being annonymous. I also noticed you didn't delete L. Peck's post below here, why is that? That does NOT sound like a full name to me.
1:47 pm on Sunday, June 12, 2011
11:05 pm on Saturday, June 11, 2011
Great site Clare! Welcome and keep up the good work!
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