Letter: A matter of priorities
As the wife of one of the city's police officers, I want to say I appreciate the voices that have expressed concern over our downtown and other concerns in the city. I feel everyone involved is entitled to their opinion.
Having faced life-changing events lately within our family, it has helped me see a lot of things differently. I want everyone reading this to be thankful for what you do have in your life. Be thankful for your health and your children's health.
If you truly want to make a difference in the community or communities around you, go give blood on July 6. You can contact Dr. Dean for details. How many of you really will? For those of you in this town so caught up in all the back and forth in this opinion column lately, shame on you. Get your priorities straight now, while you can.
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