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Letter: Lost: Animal mask

On Sunday afternoon at around 4:45, one of my most cherished animal masks went missing from the alley behind Justice Snow’s and the Wheeler Opera House. It was sitting on top of stilts just at the edge of the alley, waiting to be worn for a performance at Justice Snow’s (which, despite this unfortunate event, was a wonderful evening of artistry and community).

My hope is that someone thought the mask was abandoned and that it will come home to me. She is a light-brown and white head of an elk/deer, and she is worn on top of the head like a hat. Please return to Justice Snow’s.

Soozie Lindbloom


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