To the editor,

What is community support? When the city folk come up with new ideas to change our little town, they always use “community support” as leverage to get what they want. But shouldn’t that also apply to them? When local organizations need help, they are nowhere to be seen.

On Friday, Oct. 25, the Mosier American Legion Auxillary and Mosier Grange held a fundraiser spaghetti dinner. They both help the community, it was a good cause.

 The dinner was attended by local Grange members and families, four Grange members from Moro and two Grange members from Prineville. Our fire chief and wife, a few out-of-towners, and locals also came to support us.

And the city folk? The ones who always want “community support?” Nowhere to be seen!

Joan M. Hudson


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