Rick Marchand Cares For Senior Citizens And We Endorse Him As Leominster’s Next State Representative
When the waterline that led into our complex at George Street broke, Rick Marchand coordinated efforts with the former Victory Super Market and they donated and delivered to us a truckload of bottled water.
When we lost our power during the ice storm, Rick Marchand visited each and every one of us daily to make sure we were safe and that we had enough food and medicine.
When the common halls were filthy due to a lack of staffing, Rick Marchand coordinated a team of off duty volunteer Leominster Fire Fighters to clean our halls and common areas followed with a lovely pasta dinner compliments of Il Camino Restaurant.
When exterior of our buildings were in disrepair and needed a lot of work, Rick Marchand using such diplomacy skills, went to bat for us resulting in new roofs, fresh exterior paint and new porches.
When our grounds had no landscape, Rick Marchand coordinated the creation of a flower garden with local cub scouts who earned their SOAR badges in that project.
Rick Marchand has always been there for us. He truly cares for the elderly and disabled who live in our complex. Together, we are confident that when the good citizens throughout the City of Leominster vote for him on September 8th and then again on November 8th, Rick Marchand will fight for the issues senior citizens struggle with each and every day.
He is a man who is true to the bottom of his heart with a passion to just help those in need, and God knows senior citizens need a little help once in a while!
James Williams, Nancy Arsenault, Evelyn Lutz, Betty Schwall, Rene Antil, Roger Parmenter, Betty Crespin, Audrey Lorenzen, Rebecca Roy, Rita Hudson, Theresa Piermarini, Muriel Paquin, Mariette Allain, Claire Dolan, Charles Hayes, Frank Giangrande
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