Jennifer Ford Reedy, a resident of St. Anthony Park and president of the Bush Foundation, shares her thoughts on supporting the Bugle:
How do you connect with the SAP community?
I have lived in the SAP community since 2006. We live in the University Grove neighborhood and downtown SAP is the commercial center of our lives—from buying pumpkins to eating tacos to banking and getting our teeth cleaned.
What does the Bugle mean to you?
I’m always glad to see the Bugle. I enjoy reading articles about the people and institutions in the neighborhood—both current and historical—that give me different context and perspective for my experience as a resident. I like becoming aware of changes and of issues being debated that may impact the neighborhood. And I particularly like reading the obituaries and feeling the connection to the people who have cared about this place and made it what it is.
What would you say to encourage people to support the paper?
Supporting the Bugle is supporting the local information and connections that make a community strong and healthy. It is ensuring we can all be informed on key issues affecting this place we call home.