Over the past two months, our community has experienced what we hope is a once in a lifetime crisis. The cost to health and human life has been devastating. The economic toll has been severe and has further widened inequalities already present.
The COVID-19 crisis underscores our interconnectedness. We are indeed a community that bands together, sacrifices and helps our neighbors. Our three-county region has come together to lift up those who need it most — to deliver masks and personal protection equipment, to donate food, to send our teachers and postal workers thank-you cards, to honor our grocery store workers, our nurses and our doctors, and our first responders.
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