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    Editor,

    I am writing this letter to you, our community of Moab. There are many, many people who live here who are now out of work. And I believe there are many, many people who live here who would appreciate the opportunity to earn some honest money by working for you.

    If you are able, please hire a Moab person today. There are many of us who are saving money by not eating out, by not spending money on excesses like clothing and trips and gas, etc. Let us help one another with the money that many of us are saving.

    We are all together in this pandemic mess. And we need to work together to get us through the slow-down in employment, supplies and services.

    Help your neighbor; help the guy or gal down the block from you. Help anyone you can. Offer dignity and grace to someone in need. That’s all I hope and pray, for our precious community of Moab.

    Sincerely,

    — Helen Becker
    Moab

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