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Let’s get along

| Saturday, January 10, 2015 9:00 p.m

Police officers are not only cops; they are counselors and referees. The job can be overwhelming.

Remember, when you dial 911, the police are there to help you — not to hurt you. I ask that all citizens respect the law and respect those who are here to protect and serve you.

Let’s pay it forward. Let’s offer coffee gift cards or thanks to officers. Please show your support. If you find yourself angry with the system, make a positive move — write a letter, speak your mind. Do not break the law.

There is much conflict today between officers and citizens. As citizens, we must learn that a positive note will always override a negative.

To the angry individuals out there, violence will not help any situation. Unhappy about our system? Then make a positive change.

I often wonder why individuals want to cause trouble. Our country has troubles; let us not add to them. Let’s come together, make good changes. Do all in the name of love and pray for one another.

Lisa Illinsky


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