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Chris Brownes interviewed regarding his move to South Dakota

Last May, I reported that Chris Brown, “Hagar the Horrible” had got fed up with the over development in Sarasota, Floriday and was moving to a much more peaceful life in Sioux Falls South Dakota.

The Argus Leader has a very good Q and A regarding the move.

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#1 Amy DeBerg-Ferwerda
November/16/2007
@ 10:30 pm

Hi Chris,

Welcome to Sioux Falls to you, Carroll, your mother-in-law, and your dogs!

You and/or Carroll are invited to our Kiwanis Club for a free lunch. Kiwanis is a international service organization that helps Children around the world.

It is exciting that you have moved here!

Look forward to meeting you.

Thanks,
Amy

#2 Amy DeBerg-Ferwerda
November/16/2007
@ 4:30 pm

Hi Chris,

Welcome to Sioux Falls to you, Carroll, your mother-in-law, and your dogs!

You and/or Carroll are invited to our Kiwanis Club for a free lunch. Kiwanis is a international service organization that helps Children around the world.

It is exciting that you have moved here!

Look forward to meeting you.

Thanks,
Amy

#3 Alex Mader
January/19/2008
@ 1:01 am

Dear Mr. Browne,
I love your cartoons. I attend Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls South Dakota. I saw you at the Augustana parade. I was marching in the band from Tri-Valley. Every year our church has a silent auction to raise money for our youth mission trip. I was wondering if you could donate a signed sketch for the auction. This will be my third year attending our church’s mission trip. This year we are going to SanFrancisco. I have found it very rewarding, and am anxious to attend the trip this year.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Alex Mader

#4 Alex Mader
January/18/2008
@ 6:01 pm

Dear Mr. Browne,
I love your cartoons. I attend Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls South Dakota. I saw you at the Augustana parade. I was marching in the band from Tri-Valley. Every year our church has a silent auction to raise money for our youth mission trip. I was wondering if you could donate a signed sketch for the auction. This will be my third year attending our church’s mission trip. This year we are going to SanFrancisco. I have found it very rewarding, and am anxious to attend the trip this year.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Alex Mader

#5 Vince DeLisi
July/31/2008
@ 7:03 pm

Dear Mr. Browne:
I am the incoming president of LBK Kiwanis. We have sponsored the St. Jude Gourmet Luncheon for the past several years succeeding the ad-hoc citizen’s group.
We have come across two Hagar drawings that you made several years ago. Each is about 8×10, one B/W and the other in color.
We would like you to donate them to our Club Foundation so that they can be part of a list of raffle prizes or auctioned to raise funds for this years event scheduled for 11/15.
The donation would be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code.
Please let me know how we may best proceed.
Vince DeLisi

#6 Vince DeLisi
July/31/2008
@ 1:03 pm

Dear Mr. Browne:
I am the incoming president of LBK Kiwanis. We have sponsored the St. Jude Gourmet Luncheon for the past several years succeeding the ad-hoc citizen’s group.
We have come across two Hagar drawings that you made several years ago. Each is about 8×10, one B/W and the other in color.
We would like you to donate them to our Club Foundation so that they can be part of a list of raffle prizes or auctioned to raise funds for this years event scheduled for 11/15.
The donation would be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code.
Please let me know how we may best proceed.
Vince DeLisi

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