Help out a fifth-grader

Dear readers of Georgia:

My name is Sienna Underland. I am in 5th grade. I am writing to request things I may need on my report on Georgia. I chose Georgia because I don’t know very much about it, so I want to learn. I hope you can help me on my report. I know that your readers may provide information and possibly other things for people.

It would really help me out if you could send me some information on Georgia. Some things that would be helpful are license plates, recipes for state foods, possibly a state flower, a state seashell would also be great, and maybe some pamphlets or brochures. Thanks so much.

I’d appreciate anything you could send. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I greatly appreciate you considering my requests for information. Anything you could send would be great. I am extremely excited for my report on Georgia. Thank you.

Sincerely, 

Sienna Underland 

Conway School 

Mrs. LaRocque’s Class 

19710 SR 534 

Mount Vernon, WA 98274



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