©the Chronicle, 2015
by Elizabeth Trail
ORLEANS — Nine-year-old Nolan Myers has been watching his mailbox ever since last spring, when he sent a letter to President Obama, along with a picture of a model of the White House that he’d made in his third-grade art class at Orleans Elementary School. Finally, at the end of October, the nine year old boy got what he was hoping for — a letter from the President on official White House stationery.
President Obama also sent along photos of his family and their dogs.
The fourth-grader — and his art teacher Carol Woodard — are delighted.
This is the same Nolan Myers who made the news last year for…..
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