Church seeks a small act of kindness

The Methodist Church in Princeton has been here a long time — about 155 years.

Up until this year, we have had excellent neighbors. In return, we try hard to be good neighbors, too.

However, this summer, someone in our neighborhood has decided that our lawn is a wonderful place for his dog to defecate. You know, poop.

Imagine our embarrassment during weddings, funerals or Sunday services when people have to walk past these things next to our sidewalks.

Our request is for our neighbor, whoever it is, to please listen to your conscience, do the right thing and stop walking your dog in our grass.

For this small act of kindness, we thank you.

Linda Anderson

Church Secretary and Treasurer

Freshwaters United Methodist Church