It’s a new year, and as ugly as 2020 was we should still try to value some of what it taught us.

For one, it reinforced the importance of doing business locally. Local businesses went out of their way to make sure our needs were met when things started to shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve always felt that rural communities truly provide a sense of community, and that was so very apparent in 2020.

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