Letters to the Editor

Marysville foodbank groundbreaking

When I see a reporter from The Marysville Globe appear, I know our story will accurately be told. Tom Corrigan's article on May 7 beautifully tells all of the residents bordering the new Marysville Food Bank what it will be, is informative and is a "Channel of Your Peace."

Thank you to all of you that attended the Groundbreaking Ceremony of the Marysville Food Bank on May 2.

Did you see it as I did? Not one of the important officials who worked so relentlessly and patiently to get this project off to a wonderful start took credit for their efforts. Father (Rev.) Horaciao V. Yanez merely turned the palms of his Holy hands upward and tilted his head toward heaven, when he was singled out as the one who dreamed of this community serving, volunteer-run building that feeds our hungry friends during tough times.

Just as important is the fact that no one mentioned fences or boundaries, an example of rust that in Marysville, maybe, it is possible church, food bank, mobile home parks and apartments will walk quietly around each other and respect each other's property.

Now, we can enjoy the progress, pray for the hardworking construction crew's safety and read about it in future updates in The Marysville Globe.

When I requested copies of the next issue of The Globe, Eda answered with such efficiency and Kim in Circulation delivered 60 courtesy copies to Twin Cedars Mobile Home Park at 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 7, accompanied by a beautifully written letter from our Park Manager, Esther Rollins, each newspaper was hand delivered by our resident Virginia.

Georgia Ann Spiger


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