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Thank you
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-Willimantic-

July 2023

Willimantic is a spirited, vibrant, hardworking community.

It deserves a Council that believes in the idea of responsibility that will allow for advocacy and inclusivity.

It deserves a Council that practices transparency in its daily management, and long range planning of its future and information-sharing                                       to help the public stay informedIt deserves a Council that takes appropriate action and is responsive to the community; that leads with legislation reflective of the values put forth for a healthy, happy, resourceful city.

An Important Update: In January 2022 my mother, who was living in upstate New York, was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. Two weeks later I fell from the backyard steps and fractured my right knee and tore a major muscle around that knee. I was incapacitated for over eight weeks. I wore a hinged brace to keep my knee together  and I used crutches for the short trips to and from important facilities. I lived on the first floor of the house and slept on the magnificent red velvet sofa. I talked to my mom almost daily. Sometimes she didn’t have the energy to talk for more than a few minutes. As my daughter and I scrambled to  arrange for transport to visit with mom I took a pause from my community work and I was on leave from my regular job. I managed two visits in which I learned how devastating and ravaging cancer can be and how I will be forever impacted by the way my mom suffered. At a visit with her doctor she gave me clues about how long she thought she had to live but I was trying to be grounded and level headed for her sake and my sake, as well so I took them in stride. I was busy trying to gear up for what else would come given that her first round of chemo/infusion was so incredibly hard and scary. Then in the second week of June I tore the meniscus of my left leg and was incapacitated, yet again. My  mom died the following Friday, June 24, 2022, the exact number of months she gave me earlier.  I mourned the year through. I am slowly reclaiming the work before me. My mom was proud of my campaigns. My uncle told me so. I will continue to do right by her. Stay tuned for more and thank you for your support.

 

R.I. P./Q.E.P.DRosa Maria Garcia-Nuňez

 

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We established a WFP Town Committee and we seek like minded folks to join it.

 

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Again, thank you!

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