Kenilworthians, I hope everyone had a pleasant October. It was unseasonably
warm during most the month, which hopefully gave everyone time to get things
done and prepare for colder days and the upcoming winter months. We had a trying
October, with the devastation and the aftermath of Texas, Florida, the
Caribbean and the fires in California, senseless violence in Las Vegas, not to
mention attacks on civilians and law enforcement throughout the globe, one can
almost feel the apprehension of listening or watching the news every day. We
are not a town (nor a Nation) that is ruled by that cancerous word Fear, we are
not a town (nor a Nation) that gives up in the face of adversity and tragedy.
We will pray and hope for all the victims and give aid and support where we
can, because this is what we do as a community and what we do in this Great
Nation. I have faith there are better days on the horizon, even in the darkest
of nights the sun rises.