DSS grad class commended for taking positive steps

Editor:

Re: DSS graduating class looking to right Hell Night wrongs, letter to the editor, Oct. 31

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Having the foresight to realize the error of their ways, and then taking positive steps to correct the damage and disrespect to our local community, is to be commended.

As long-term residents of Ladner, we have for many years volunteered our time to make Delta a vibrant, family-oriented community. Reading the letter from DSS Grads of 2020, we are encouraged that future generations will also contribute in a positive manner, and treasure this community as a great place to live and raise a family.

Let’s show our appreciation to DSS future grads by supporting their fundraising endeavours, and thanking them for taking on volunteer projects. Caring for our community is a lifelong pursuit, and they are now following in the footsteps of others who have worked hard to make a difference.

Robert and Daphne Savage

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