Town Tribune Ad Oct 28, 2021. Kate Kelley Frey (D) Kate Kelley Frey seeks a position on the Board of Education. Kate is an elementary school teacher with 33 years of experience in public education and this would be her first run at an elective office. She hopes “To volunteer my time and give back … Continue reading Meet Sherman’s Board of Education Candidates
From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: I have great admiration for those who volunteer their time to help run this town. Especially those who manage to work full time and still take the time to serve. I am a frequent patron of James’ J.P.Gilford Market and Catering Company and wholeheartedly support the … Continue reading IN SUPPORT OF JAMES NEUNZIG
From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Last week several people took aim at James Neunzig. James has only been the chair for 3 months and yet has recently come under attack by a minority group in the Board of Education who did not get the new building they had hoped for. The … Continue reading In Response to 10/21 Hudson et al on Attacks on James Neunzig’s Character
From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Sometimes I cannot help but worry for the future of our town. Volunteerism, a vital ingredient without which our little government cannot function, is waning. I wonder if we have become too aggressively critical of our leaders, most of whom are volunteers. The world is a tough … Continue reading Re-elect James Neunzig to the Sherman Board of Education
From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Ann Gerschefski will be on the November 2nd ballot as a candidate for Board of Assessment Appeals in Sherman. Ann looks forward to representing all Sherman residents thoughtfully, objectively, and respectfully. Ann’s 15 years as a Realtor have taught her that every real estate situation is unique, … Continue reading Endorsing Ann Gerschefski for Sherman’s Board of Assessment Appeals
Town Tribune Ad Oct 6, and Oct 20, 2021. To see the ad, click the title of this post.