LETTERS: Supporting Salisbury


I am writing to let you know about Sue Salisbury’s leadership experience and long-term commitment to Westbrook. Sue has lived in Westbrook for over 20 years and has been actively involved in the community. She is a former member of Westbrook Rescue and has been actively involved in Maine Special Olympics, including leadership roles in that organization. She serves on the Westbrook School Committee where she has been vice chair. She shows great interest in supporting the events of the Westbrook schools, not only attending events that involve her family’s four children, but also attending many other events. Because of her concern for the children of Westbrook, she co-founded Families Feeding Families, a group of citizens that organize, collect and purchase food for 110 Westbrook families. These are families who have elementary school children and need support to provide lunches on school vacation weeks.

Sue also sits on the Westbrook Children’s Cabinet. This group coordinates support for Westbrook children from cradle to career. Examples of their programs include an elementary school literacy program, an after-school program, high school mentoring, support to keep parents involved in their child’s education, and programs at the community center. Sue has demonstrated continued involvement in this community for over 20 years and stability with her employment with the same company for over 15 years. Please join me in rewarding her years of proven service and commitment to Westbrook by voting for her for House District 35 on June 10.

Judene Dyer