‘Dreamcatcher' Inspiring


Kudos to Sarah Nottage-Tacey and all of those involved with The Bridge and the Hastings Community Theatre for the production of “Dreamcatcher.”

It was well done. It was a real service to our community to better understand those life stories depicted of abuse issues and life patterns that lead to addictions.

It illustrated that there are reasons and causes that trigger behaviors. These ladies are courageous to be vulnerable about the past and to be committed to learn new coping skills for today and tomorrow.

Maybe students and people of all ages could benefit from them sharing their stories and the hope they have now found. Thank you to employers who hire the ladies to provide career training and income.

All of us grow through relationships and maturity and having support people in a community setting.

Maybe we can consider ways to support The Bridge and similar recovery programs.

Dorene Carmann
Hastings



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