Letter: Two and a half cups of coffee

If I came to your home, you would never hesitate to pour me a few cups of coffee while we chatted. For the price of two to three cups of coffee/month, you can improve many lives by voting “YES” for the SARC levy in the February 2015 Special Election.

  • Wednesday, September 10, 2014 4:13pm
  • Opinion

Two and a half cups of coffee

If I came to your home, you would never hesitate to pour me a few cups of coffee while we chatted. For the price of two to three cups of coffee/month, you can improve many lives by voting “YES” for the SARC levy in the February 2015 Special Election.

Our community pool at SARC cannot survive financially on user fees alone. It depends on the support of all of us to stay open. To give a child the opportunity to learn to swim is a chance to save a life. To give a friend with a significant physical disability a place to become healthier with the special help of water is a gift of quality of life … something we all treasure.

“It takes a village” to have a good community. In the long run those cups of coffee will never be missed but if SARC is no longer able to exist, it will be sorely missed by too many.

Every vote will matter. Please help keep this a great community to live in.

Barb Paschal

Sequim

 

 

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