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October 9, 2013 12:00 AM

Thank-you etiquette 101: You can never go wrong sending a note

Have a stack of unwritten thank-you notes you need to get to? If you’re worried about your sloppy penmanship or clumsiness with words, take some advice from author of “The Art of Thank You” Connie Leas: “The only thing you can really do wrong is not to send one.”

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