Letter: Why Rappahannock rocks (and rolls)

Election Day is always a long one for poll workers, from 5 in the morning until 9:30 or 10 at night. Our chores were made a little easier at the Sperryville fire hall last week when Margaret Rogers, proprietor of Central Coffee Roasters, arrived with canisters of hot and delicious coffee. Thank you, Maggie!

But we were dismayed to find that there was less than half a roll of toilet paper total for both rest rooms at the fire hall. That problem was solved by Dollie Atkins. After voting, Dollie went home and returned with enough rolls to get us (and the voting public) through the long day. Thank you, Dollie!

It’s great having a community with caring people. Coffee and rolls! A good combo! Thanks again.

Joy and Bruce Sloane

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