Thank You, Marysville | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

My name is JoAnn Sewell. I am the volunteer coordinator at the Marysville Community Food Bank. I just read your column, and couldn’t agree more.


Dear Editor,

My name is JoAnn Sewell. I am the volunteer coordinator at the Marysville  Community Food Bank. I just read your column, and couldn’t agree more.

A few weeks before Thanksgiving we were starting to panic because our cupboards were getting bare. Then the food drives started, and even now, it brings tears to my eyes. The amazing generosity of our community is truly a blessing.

There are so many people to thank I don’t even know where to begin. I can only say “Thank you, Marysville. You are the greatest people in the greatest community in the world.”

JoAnn Sewell

Marysville

 

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