We are confident that the La Crescent-Hokah community can pass the Nov. 7 Learning Levy Referendum.
We believe that because after living in this great community for 37 years, we are confident that most people who live here believe that our school children and the schools they attend are the heart of this community.
We have this confidence because in spite of the increased cost to us as taxpayers, most of us are willing to incur that cost increase to guarantee that our schools have the monies needed to have the teachers, programs and materials that make our schools great.
What we are hopeful about is that every eligible voter who believes, as we do, that we can pass this referendum, will find a way to vote ye. We have recently learned difficult lessons about what happens if we are confident enough in a vote going our way, that we neglect our civic duty to “get to the polls.”
Whether you cast your vote prior to Nov. 7 (District Office, weekdays from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) or get out to vote on Nov. 7 (La Crescent-Hokah Elementary School or Hokah Community Center (Hokah School) from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.), every yes vote will insure that La Crescent-Hokah Schools and the La Crescent and Hokah communities will stay Lancer strong.
Vote yes on or before Nov. 7.
Bobbie and Marv Bringe, La Crescent