Why there is community—and why there can be so much more

In small towns across America and in other countries there has long been tolerance for those who have been called town characters.

A few years ago, our town chipped in and bought "Dickie" a new bicycle when the ancient one he was still riding from his childhood was stolen. Individuals with similar confusions and uncertainties have wandered our streets and have been watched over by store owners and friendly neighbors. People have been concerned for their having warm and dry clothes in bad weather and their getting back home before dark.

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Say "Yes" to enrichment
January 15, 1990
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