Everyone involved reminded us of what a great community we share the privilege of living in. It’s comforting to know that when times are tough, there’s someone there to hold us up or carry on for us when we can’t.
Gerald Sullivan’s daughter Tammy Radez was there Wednesday and talked about the sense of community she felt.
“I live in Indianapolis and you don’t see this,” Radez said.
This is why we live in a small town.
Life is better here.
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