July, 2020 Editor’s Message
This month is a big reminder of our great history as a nation, and it is an opportunity to celebrate the liberty we enjoy. There are many WV residents who served sacrificially to maintain our freedom, and it is with gratitude that we tell a small portion of their stories in our pages. On page ___ read about four WV Korean War veterans and how they contributed to that effort, and make sure to thank each veteran you meet along the way.
During these months of staying home more, WV resident creativity has known no bounds. For example, on page ___, read about the Golden Anniversary parade organized in honor of a The Tichauer’s. They had to cancel their celebratory travel plans, but their anniversary was not forgotten. Also, Needle Arts Club members engineered masks to fit several needs and raised money to replace old club studio machinery, as told on page___.
Westbrook Village continues to be a highly-prized and noteworthy community, offering the best of everything to its residents. On page ___, read about the women in the WV Posse, and their contributions to make this a safe place to live. Also, read about ways you can make your home “smarter” by updating it with available technology, courtesy of the Computer Club on page___.
Please do not forget to support our advertisers, without them this magazine would not be possible. If you know of a company that provides great service, please let us know and we will see if they can benefit by being part of our magazine.
Stay healthy Westbrook Village, and enjoy family and friends.
Happy 4th of July to you and yours!
Do you have a good Westbrook idea, memory or club event? If so, we want to hear from you! Please direct emails as well as all letters to the editor at: Admin@WestbrookVillageLiving.com.
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