Just wanted to give out some great big thank-yous to all the folks that helped me and our community of Cutler during the days of June 30 until July 8, during that disastrous storm when most of us lost our electric for eight days.
AEP Crews for working long hours and in very hot weather, during Fourth of July holiday to get our electric back on.
Washington County Sheriff's Office for delivering lots of water and ice to our community and asking and calling to check on us. For caring about our community.
Decatur Community Association for giving us a cooling spot to go to when your electric came back on, feeding us and taking care of me and my friends and family. For coming out and checking on your neighbors.
Cutler Station for letting us pick up ice delivered by the Washington County Sheriff's Office at your business, working together with the community to make sure everyone had something to eat. For making a way for us to get gas for our vehicles.
Bartlett and Little Hocking fire departments for cases of water for our families.
DuPont for bags of ice.
I would also like to thank my neighbors, my family and my friends in Cutler and Decatur for working together, helping each other get through the storm.
Thank you all for taking care of each other, checking on each other, picking up ice, working at the cooling station so others could come in and get out of the heat. For feeding your neighbors, sharing your generators and for just asking if we needed anything.
I feel really blessed to be able to call you my friend and from the bottom of my heart I thank each and everyone of you. You made those very hot, eight days without electric more comfortable for me and my family, just to know I have neighbors like you. I feel very blessed to be a part of Washington County Cutler and Decatur communities. Thank you.