Letters to the Editor

Weber is a Great Candidate for Our Council and Community.


Dear Editor,

I have known Bob Weber for over 10 years and over that period, I have always been impressed with the
time and selfless dedication he has put into improving our community - in particular with the youth
through his involvement with Boy Scouts.

Bob has given up numerous vacation weeks over the years to take Scouts on extended adventure trips,
to Philmont in New Mexico, the High Sierras in California and the Boundary Waters in Minnesota to
name but a few. He also is responsible for organizing a variety of service projects around town, which
allows the youth to contribute to our community and to get a sense of citizenship – for example, some
of you may have seen him and his young team members painting numerous fire hydrants over the last
few months. Bob also spends many hours mentoring scouts who are working on attaining the rank of
Eagle Scout.

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Given Bob’s community spirit and track record, I think he will make a great Councilman who will benefit
our Town and community. I encourage all Chatham Borough residents to vote for Bob Weber on
Tuesday, November 7th.

Yours sincerely,

William Mark Twentyman

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