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OPINION: "People may come for the first time by accident, noticing the tree draped with colorful wishes only as they are passing by. Or they came deliberately because they knew it was a place where they could spy over a shoulder to discover what “Santa” should bring," writes Tucsonan Kathleen Bethel, who cares for the Wishing Tree in Winterhaven. 

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