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Myranette Robinson

I always appreciate your love for the work that you do. With your WONDERFUL storytelling ability, they should make you storyteller in chief.

Mo Nance

Elizabeth, your job is harder than being the president of the US. I applaud you and all the wonderful volunteers who give of themselves to help the less fortunate. There are just too many of them. And why is that? So many reason and affordable housing is high on the list. Wish Washington would work as hard as you to lower the numbers. Less talk - more volunteers.

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