We want to take the time out to respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic and how it is affecting our Nation & our Local Communities.
This is something that we have never seen or could have ever anticipated. The way this pandemic has affected our communities, counties, states and this nation will take years for us to recover. But let’s do just that. RECOVER! We can make it through this if we do so as a community. While social distancing ourselves, let us yet stay connected. Whether it’s through social media, phone calls, encouraging emails, and other creative ways you can thing of, let’s do it to help us get through this trying time.
Let us continue to pray for and remember daily those essential workers, (Health Care Providers, First Responders, Police & Fire Departments, Sanitation & Postal Workers, Grocery Store Personnel), City, County and State officials, our Governor & Staff, Our Senators, House Representatives, Our President without question One Another. Let’s be mindful to commend them for making the though decisions, putting their lives & families on the line to serve our needs, by doing random acts of kindness, being polite, patient and understanding with them, knowing that without them risking their lives daily to serve us, we would be worst off in this situation. So, let’s Thank them every chance we get.
Then let’s demonstrate COMMUNITY! Let’s put our best foot forward and pull together to help one another get through these challenging times. Let’s look out for our neighbors, continue to share resources, pray for our children and their parents who are facing teaching them at home and for any financial shortcomings they might be experiencing now and the coming days. Let’s babysit, feed each other, share essential items (toilet paper, paper towels, etc.) and JUST BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER!
TOGETHER, We can achieve the ExtraOrdinary
Morningstar is committed to helping our community in everyway that we can. We know that the biggest expense in our day to day lives is the roof over our heads. We are here to help you understand the Cares Act, and to help you understand what actions you need to be considering now and when this pandemic is over. Please note that we don’t have all the answers, but will get you to someone or place that do. Our office is not closed, but we are working remotely to continue to bring the necessary help & resources needed to service our communities
Please BE & STAY SAFE, practice Social Distancing, Wearing Masks, Washing your Hands and Sharing when you can and know that THIS TOO WILL PASS!