Mayor Manzo’s Easter Day message

Courtesy of Harrison Township.

Dear Fellow Residents,

Today, Christians around the world will celebrate the Easter holiday. Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, symbolizing triumph over adversity and the promise of new beginnings. It is a time for reflection, gratitude, and rejoicing in the blessings that surround us.

For families across our community, Easter holds cherished traditions, from colorful Easter egg hunts and gifts of flowers to sharing meals filled with laughter and love. No matter your religious affiliation, one certainly can connect with the joy of being surrounded by family and loved ones.

The Easter holiday is associated with the arrival of spring. A season of new beginning, where nature emerges from its hibernation of winter, offering us blossoming beauty and the bounty of its farmland. Spring beckons us to emerge from the winter warmth of our homes and reconnect with one another. Whether pausing yard work to chat with a neighbor, cheering on our kids at sports games, or strolling down Main Street, the season reunites us as a community.

As we come together for spring and its holidays, let us also remember the importance of compassion and kindness towards one another. Let us extend a helping hand to those in need and spread the message of goodwill and unity throughout our township.

On behalf of Deputy Mayor Lawrence Moore, Committeewoman Michelle Powell, Committeemen Jeffrey Jacques and Kevin French, we wish our township team and those in our community of the Christian faith a Happy Easter and to all a Happy Spring.

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Together for Harrison Township, 
Lou Manzo,
Your Mayor

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