A new year is upon us, and 2020 is a most sad time in history for all of America. It is one year most of us would rather forget.
COVID-19 caused the deaths of over 300,000 men and women and still counting. Millions of Americans are out of work.
In 2020, we had political unrest and racial disharmony, not to mention attacks on our Finest.
My New Year's resolution suggestions for those who can are to extend acts of kindness and love. Give to food pantries and donate blood.
You can also check on your elderly neighbors and see if they need anything, and help save lives by wearing masks, social distancing, and testing for COVID-19.
I know these resolutions are doable. Do what you can to make 2021 a better year for all.
Frederick R. Bedell, Jr.