Shining light on good is appreciated
I see what you are doing, and I like it.
On July 17 it was great to read the three front-page articles highlighting those who are out there (sometimes quietly) dedicating their time and effort for the health and welfare of the local community.
The East Lyme Giving Garden raising food for the food insecure, the Medical Reserve Corp volunteers (unsung heroes) supporting vaccination clinics, etc., and the Ledge Light and Uncas health district staff, who have been working from the outset to take on the coronavirus pandemic. Thanks for articles like these. Even though those who do this work are probably driven by their own personal reward, the public recognition and awareness is well deserved and appreciated.
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