Margaret Hall is the ideal trustee for our children, community

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Our coming election for trustees of the West Bonner School District on Nov. 5, 2019, is critical to our community.

The issues and challenges faced by our schools and our students are complex and have developed over decades. Forming and implementing durable solutions depends upon the hard work of listening, understanding and finding common ground; not upon divisiveness that often seems to be more the norm. Our schools and our children deserve better.

Incumbent and candidate for Zone 1, Margaret Hall, exemplifies the qualities we need now in our school trustees. An experienced trustee with a long track record of giving selflessly of her time and energy, Margaret also brings the core values we all seek. She cares deeply about our children, their education, and their future prospects. Her work ethic, her ability to listen and to build coalitions, and her desire to improve the lives of our children make Margaret Hall the ideal Trustee.

A vote for Margaret Hall is a vote for reason and for the betterment of our schools and community.

MARGUERITE WILLIAMS

Priest Lake

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