Letters to the Editor

We must teach young people family values

In Thailand, the rescuers and their support staff did a great job reuniting the 12 boys in the cave with their families. They overcame tremendous obstacles to make those reunions possible. Citizens of the world noticed.

There are people in the United States who are working tirelessly to reunite Central American refugee children with their parents. They are attempting to overcome tremendous obstacles to make those reunions possible. Citizens of the world are noticing.

It is great to know that many still are attempting to uphold family values.

We need to teach young people these family values. If we don’t, who will?

Dick Smith

Dubuque

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