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St. Vincent de Paul store in Sierra Vista.

Sierra Vista’s St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store has had a makeover recently. Among other things, the store interior has a fresh coat of paint and the main floor has been epoxy coated.
Sierra Vista’s St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store has had a makeover recently. Among other things, the store interior has a fresh coat of paint and the main floor has been epoxy coated.

Criticize me if you want, but my question is this (and I apologize if I embarrass anybody): How did one community get so many really great people?

I've been in at least 37 of our 58 states and have never met better people, never met kinder and more generous and friendly people.
Yes, I sound like a chamber of commerce, but I have no hesitation in urging good people to come join us.

I tell everybody, Cochise County has gorgeous scenery, fascinating history, temperate weather, and the best people I've seen anywhere in these United States.
How did we do it?

Personally, my biggest question is how can we make downtown SV a more warm and inviting place for residents and visitors? I'd like to see more of SV tax dollars stay in SV

Hello, my fellow NABUR's! How about an inspirational, motivational, non-denominational upthought for the day? 2020 has brought in a massive amount of chaos, mix-ups, lay-offs, ripoffs, coughs, and whatever other things you can think of that are worthy of being thrown into the bucket of the coronavirus domination. It has also been a time where we could slow down and really think about what really matters and the luxuries living in this country has afforded us. I've personally had the privilege of being able to stay home with my family more this year than ever before. And although some evident worries about finances, schooling, the future and our preparedness for store insufficiencies have risen, I've gotten an opportunity to know my family more in depth and to grow even more in my appreciation for them. I've even gotten to see the essence of my own importance and to really embrace my role as a mother, wife, and every day citizen in my community and my nation; the great USA. Nevertheless, there are tons of people trapped in their homes alone and or afraid because of coronavirus protocols. So, I would encourage you to pick up your phones and start checking on people that you know in order to make sure they're okay which will encourage others to do the same. In times like these, you realize that whether people are family or not, we all need each other. Be the light - shine your kindness to those around you and... (More)