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Letter to the Editor
Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, 8:57 p.m.
 

Celebrating Connellsville

Thank you to Laura Szepesi and her fine article, “Connellsville realizing full potential.” It is so nice to see a positive article recognizing the steps forward/accomplishments happening in Connellsville. We are so fortunate to have Michael (Edwards) and Dan (Cocks) spearheading a lot of these accomplishments, but also the new Friends of the Library, our Garden Club, the Historical Society and its Braddocks Crossing team, the volunteer group that helped with the downtown street spruce-up, our Yough River Trail Council, etc.

Volunteers can make such an outstanding difference in a community.

Marilyn Weaver

Connellsville

The writer is a Connellsville City councilwoman.

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