Letter: Thank you, police and fire, for making Levi’s birthday

Posted 6/17/20

To the editor:

I would like to thank the Warren Police and Fire departments for generously donating their time to make Levi’s fifth birthday very memorable by driving by his house. …

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Letter: Thank you, police and fire, for making Levi’s birthday

Posted

To the editor:

I would like to thank the Warren Police and Fire departments for generously donating their time to make Levi’s fifth birthday very memorable by driving by his house. Levi’s life ambition is to be a Fire Fighter/Police Officer. During these troubled times, the true goodness of the Warren Police Department, Fire Department and their members becomes even more apparent. Their traits need to be emulated.

Thank you to Warren’s finest for keeping us all safe.

Julie Coelho

Beth Avenue

Ms. Coelho is the Warren Town Clerk.

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