I am writing to endorse Beth Malloy for constable; she is running to fill the unexpired term for the seat she is currently holding. When we faced an unexpected opening this past year, Beth was quick to volunteer — something she often does stepping up and in to fill gaps, lend a hand and support her community.
I have known Beth for decades, and she is unfailingly positive, constructive and ethical. She has an amazing heart working at Camp Sunshine — an amazing resource for kids facing cancer and their families, volunteering for the town recently serving on the Affordable Housing Task Force and as constable, and fostering pups in need of temporary homes while they wait placement in their forever home. She also works locally in a group home supporting the safe, supported and more independent living for some residents who need the extra support to be able to live and work with as much independence as possible.
Beth is a community treasure, and I am so glad to call her my friend. I hope you join me on Monday, May 16, 2022, at the Hopkinton Middle School voting for Beth Malloy for constable.
— Muriel Kramer, Hopkinton
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