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Pivotals: A Story of Small Town America

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56 pages52 minutes

Summary

For centuries, small towns were the hub of family life. Generation after generation stayed close to their roots. Friends and neighbors were for a lifetime.
As jobs and money moved into the big city many people followed. During economic slumps, businesses often folded. More people moved away and the breakdown continued.
But some held on, supporting one another and refusing to give up. They know that a life with good neighbors and great friends is better than wealth.
This is a story of a town that was strong.
It is one of many that know the value of Community.

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