Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Clark has helped community grow


I have been a neighbor of Larry Clark and his family for several years. In addition, for the past four years I have been teaching horsemanship to Larry’s daughter, Conner Ann. During this time, at many competitive horse events, including shows, 4H and rodeo, I have had the pleasure of observing Larry be not only a supportive dad to his daughter, but to all of the youth involved. All competitors’ concerns, fears and fallen hats are attended to with Larry behind the scene.

In these as well as other situations, I have been consistently impressed by both Larry’s supportive attitude and his firm guidance. He is extremely competent and has excellent rapport with people of all ages and walks of life. These are the qualities needed to ensure that our community can grow with healthy interactions among us all.

Larry’s experience as a leader and his work performance would be valuable assets to developing strong working relationships in the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office.

Write in Larry Clark for sheriff!

Sue Martin

Hailey




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