We have now come to a day of recognizing when we are forced to face our destiny. Yet, with all the wastage, lack of planning and blurred vision, we still have hope and faith. With the help of God, and all of your support, we will preserve and revitalize Hobson City.
There is no comfort zone for us now. Life has presented problems for us to solve. We need to use this moment in history to elevate what we have been taught to do and to wake up the kings and queens in our youth who are our future. I remain encouraged by the prayers and well wishes we are receiving.
Let us all be encouraged and inspired by the words of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy: “The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.”