When times are tough, the community pulls together to help neighbors. While we may lack material riches, the area is abundant in hospitality and helping hands.
By The Gazette
Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 3:54 pm
It has been said by many that the Twin Counties are rich in hospitality.
In fact, it is commonly quoted by those who return to this area after traveling to other places, that they "have finally come home."
Looking back over events that have taken place over the past couple of months, it is easy to see why people feel this way. Not only do local businesses, organizations and residents welcome newcomers with open arms, but in the most dire situations, their doors swing open, too.
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