Levy is way to make a meaningful difference

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It seems to me that there are few times in our lives when we can make a meaningful difference in the world, in our community and for our children. Today may be one. When we look around at the virulent discord, the budgetary impasses, it seems to me that we need to step up and fill that void. We can do this by educating our kids, instilling values and moving forward in a positive way. Vote yes on the levy March 8, for the kids, for yourself, and for all of our futures.

TOM SUTTMEIER

Sandpoint

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