Area resident Julia Dawn Seaver offers her support for La Center City Council candidate
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La Center has a chance to elect a dynamo to its City Council. Myrna Leija is a no-nonsense, get-it-done fireball with a heart of gold.
With an education in Criminal Justice and work with the Vancouver Police Department and as a corrections deputy, she has a strong sense of justice and is a fierce supporter of law enforcement. She wants to see La Center get its own police department again. She’s also a proponent of local businesses and knows that new businesses would bring benefits to the community.
Myrna also gives back to the community volunteering in prison ministry, The Veterans & First Responders Board of SW WA, Community Military’s Appreciation Committee (CMAC), and Bible Study Fellowship Leadership.
Myrna was unanimously appointed to the council in June to fill a vacancy. Voters should jump on this opportunity to elect this go-getter who loves the community and has a heart to serve.
Julia Dawn Seaver
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