It’s easy to take community assets for granted, and this is the time of year when many of those assets are asking for your support.
Read Jon Schumacher’s commentary, and then close your eyes and imagine what your community would be without that one business, that one school, that one organization that makes you call your community home.
As Park Bugle board member Ted Blank wrote here, the Bugle really does need your financial help to continue our mission of being one of those community assets that make your life here just a little more pleasant. We also ask that you take some time with this issue of the paper and look at every advertisement in our 24-page December issue, and then go out and support those businesses and services—our neighbors—that offer the things you need.
Support the Bugle’s advertisers, and thank them for supporting the Bugle, because without those community-spirited businesses, organizations and individuals, this 40-year-old nonprofit newspaper would not exist.