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Extraordinary Commitment

Published Jan. 02, 2019 • Last Updated 10:27 a.m., Jan. 02, 2019

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Every Christmas Eve on Leffingwell Road in Clinton, a beautiful and peaceful quiet ignites the sky over our street as Wendy and Dan and their posse work diligently to place luminaries up and down both sides of the street. On behalf of all the residents of Leffingwell Road, I thank them for their extraordinary commitment in introducing a reminder of what true peace might look like. At a time when there is such discord in our nation, it was truly heartwarming, once again, to be the beneficiary of the joy that comes from being in the shower of quiet.

We all so appreciate their kind gesture and are truly in their debt. Wendy and Dan’s gift enriches the quality of life that we enjoy on Leffingwell Road.

Tom Walsh