July 06, 2020
Government employees touch our lives every day from the moment we wake up in the morning until the moment our head hits the pillow at night. But during the course of the day, how often do we think about them? The truth is, we probably don’t think about them at all.
That’s because their work is seamless, often done behind the scenes. But their tremendous work allows us to live our lives and be a productive member of society without having to worry about “little things” like clean air and cures to diseases.
During the Public Service Recognition Week on May 7-13, we would like to honor the men and women who’ve answered the call for public service and made our lives easier. We may not tell them often enough how much we appreciate them, but we know our lives would be awful or even impossible without them.
And the list goes on.
So this week, say a special “thank you” to these unsung heroes in our lives.
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