Although the Thanksgiving season has passed, there is still reason to give thanks. Thanks to all those who went through the time, trouble and expense to decorate their property with Christmas decorations or holiday decorations, if you prefer that term. Surely it uplifted the spirits of all as we traveled through our streets.
Thanks to all those on road crews who gave their time away from family and friends to make our roads safe — sparing us from both major and minor accidents as we made our way shopping and visiting, which would have surely dampened our spirits.
Thanks to those who gave up their family time to serve us our fast food and provide us with convenient shopping hours and money-saving deals even though they were earning such low wages while their companies were reaping large profits.
Thanks to all those who made gifts to children possible through donations and distribution centers. Thanks to all those who aided in preparing and serving meals to the less fortunate.
Thanks to all the police, firefighters, paramedics and hospital workers who worked around the clock for our benefit. Thank you again and know that your service is appreciated by many.