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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Megan Fidler-Carey’s years of experience in public education and her passion for and involvement in Reading’s community organizations make her an excellent candidate for a three-year seat for the School Committee.
I met Megan Fidler-Carey a few years ago when she attended a Reading Embraces Diversity (R.E.D.) community meeting. She shared her great ideas and contagious enthusiasm, and soon after we asked her to get more involved with our group. Megan is a “can-do” kind of person, positive and dependable, and she is an incredible asset to RED’s leadership team. Having worked with Megan on events and projects, I know that she is a great collaborator, a thorough researcher, and a thoughtful contributor.
When the Reading 375 events were getting underway, Megan was totally immersed in all aspects of the town’s history (If This House Could Talk participant) and celebrations (Porchfest host). Her community spirit was unbelievable, and she encouraged everyone to join in and participate.
I am voting for Megan because I know she’ll give it her all. She really cares about Reading, the schools, our children, and fairness. I believe in Megan’s ability to do what is best for Reading.
I hope you’ll join me in voting for Megan on March 3rd!
Janice Grant Menes
Reading resident and parent