My heart goes out to Ms. Adams' son, and I am grateful that he was able to get assistance for his health problems. If more doctors and nurses could give of their time, maybe Winchester's own Rapha Clinic could be open more days and assist more people.
Nevertheless, I feel blessed to be a part of this wonderful ministry in Clark County, which has been such a dedicated servant of the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our less fortunate citizens.
Generosity toward kids is appreciated
To The Sun:
I want to take a moment to thank everyone who opened their hearts and their wallets to help provide Christmas gifts for so many children at Fannie Bush Elementary this year.
I am overwhelmed by the generosity of the individuals and businesses in this community, particularly in light of the current economic situation.
Clark County is truly blessed to have people like you.
Thank you so very much for helping make this holiday brighter for these children and their families.
I hope each of you has an extra special Christmas and a wonderful 2009.
Fannie Bush Elementary
Shear represented school district well
To the Sun:
As a landowner, in eastern Clark County, I would like to thank Ray Shear for representing our district on the Board of Education.
During Ray's term, I have had four grandchildren enrolled in Pilot View, Conkwright and George Rogers Clark.
We could not have had a better person to manage our interests than Ray.
He has tirelessly spent a large amount of his family's time working for the people, adults and children of our district.
We appreciate his efforts and will miss him being on the board.
Philip L. Myers
A fine parks director
To the editor:
I served on the board at the time Don Parsons was hired as director of Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation. He has been a fine director, as I knew he would.
Congratulations, Don, for a job well done. You certainly will be missed.