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Strength of our community again shown with Army cleanup

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To the editor,

The Main Street Initiative of Laconia, Inc. would like to thank Sgt. William R. Enos and Sgt. Joseph Dougherty, the US Army Recruiters, and the new Army recruits for their efforts on Saturday, April 141h, to clean and sweep the sidewalks and apart of Main Street between Beacon Street and Pleasant Street. These young men showed a great deal of energy and enthusiasm and we greatly appreciate their efforts and their commitment to the community.

We would also like ...

To the editor,

The Main Street Initiative of Laconia, Inc. would like to thank Sgt. William R. Enos and Sgt. Joseph Dougherty, the US Army Recruiters, and the new Army recruits for their efforts on Saturday, April 141h, to clean and sweep the sidewalks and apart of Main Street between Beacon Street and Pleasant Street. These young men showed a great deal of energy and enthusiasm and we greatly appreciate their efforts and their commitment to the community.

We would also like to thank the Laconia Public Works Department for providing the brooms, bags, signs, and truck used on Saturday morning.

Finally, but certainly not least, we would like to thank Drew and Elisa Seneca of the Downtown Deli for providing the pancake breakfast and water for the recruits and for their contribution to the beautification of the downtown.

This great event was another strong showing of the strength of our community, as evidenced by our people. Again, thanks to all who contributed and worked on the clean-up!

Patrick Wood, President

Main Street Initiative of Laconia, Inc.