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It takes a whole community

| Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, 9:05 p.m.

It takes a whole community

I would like to thank the Harrison Township commissioners, especially Gary Lilly (2nd Ward), for the long, hard and unseen hours he put in for the demolition of many dilapidated homes.

All the countless improvements that have been made in Harrison Township in the past three years cannot go unseen.

I also would like to welcome the new Harrison Township Police officers to our township. Harrison Police, you all have gone above and beyond the call of duty with your around-the-clock coverage protecting our streets and enforcing justice.

Citizens Hose, Hilltop Hose and Harrison Hills fire companies: I thank you for your many volunteer hours that go into a community.

There is great brotherhood that goes with being a volunteer firefighter.

Citizens Hose Ambulance Company: I thank you for transporting the sick and injured and for providing around-the-clock emergency medical treatment for our township. You men and women are angels just waiting at base to help when needed. Your kindness, love and understanding in time of need is greatly appreciated.

A good deed never goes unseen. Together, we all can make a difference.

Please take care of each other and have a safe and happy new year.

God bless.

Christy Neal (Erb)

Natrona

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