Let hospital workers know they are appreciated

I want to thank all those working at Providence Colby Campus for going to work everyday and night to help those in need in whatever capacity you work at the hospital. Employees park near my house and I watch them throughout the day and night coming and going from work.

If you want a project for your kids or yourself, make a Thank You sign and put it in your yard, garden or window for these employees to see that our community cares and thank them all as they work day after day through this unsettling time. I did!

Robin Rigdon

Everett

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