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Letter: Thoughts for our community

The following thoughts are taken from last week’s St. George’s Anglican Church weekly bulletin. I want to share them with our community.

Humility: I don’t know if I have COVID-19 as people can spread the disease before they have symptoms — remember measles, mumps and chicken pox?

Kindness: I don’t know if the person I’m near has underlying vulnerabilities or family members who are at risk. I might be fine, but they might not.

Community: I want my community to thrive, businesses to stay open and employees to stay healthy. Keeping a lid, or mask, on COVID-19 helps us all.

Thank you.

Chris Young
Steamboat Springs

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