Thanks to those who gave aid
On Oct. 14, Shirley Osburn and I ate lunch at the MCL Cafeteria with five people from church. Following our lunch Shirley and I were walking across the crosswalk when a pickup truck hit me.
Shirley and several complete strangers came to my aid before the ambulance arrived. A woman, who I never saw, asked if anyone had prayed for me. She said a very nice and meaningful prayer for me. I was especially touched that a complete stranger would be so kind and thoughtful.
Two of the other persons that I had not previously met, David and Tammy Hole, made the effort to find out where I was and came to visit me in Union Hospital a few days later.
I would like to thank all of the thoughtful and kind people of the Terre Haute community who came to my assistance following my accident.
— Virginia Anderson
Show the kids that we care
What can the Terre Haute family do for the five children who were allegedly so abused — tortured — by a set of monsters (who I hope never see the light of day again)?
Nobody matters but the children, and I hope our community will step up and make their pain a little less by giving the children a wonderful Christmas.
I would contribute and I’m sure many people in Terre Haute would, too. Let’s stand together and show these children that they are loved and wanted by this community.
— Linda Hamblen