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Letter to the editor: Perlee a ‘caring personality’ with a great work ethic

I am writing to express my support of Michelle Perlee, who is running for the Bristol selectboard.
I met Michelle many years ago when she became a client of mine at my local business “Body Sense,” a massage and muscular therapy business.
When Michelle became interested in doing massage herself, I was very impressed with her work ethic. No matter what I told her she needed to do to become a top-notch therapist, she did it quickly and with great enthusiasm. There was no holding her back. She tends to business, gets her work done and has compassion for people from all walks of life. If she has questions, she is not afraid to find the answers. She digs deep and with accuracy, and will speak up for what is best for the persons involved or the town of Bristol.
Michelle has a very caring personality. I’ve seen her work long hard hours, often being the last person to leave on any clean up project, such as the Three Day Stampede in Bristol. When dealing with clients, or any issues that might come up, Michelle has a comfortable way of communicating with people She gets her message across in a positive way.
She is not only a great wife and parent to her two daughters, and involved in all they do, she is extremely smart when it comes to legal problems or communication issues.
She is not afraid to get out there and try something even if she is not sure how it should be done. She will go the extra mile.
Michelle is a “go getter” kind of person with a “can do” attitude. She has been a great asset for Bristol for the past three years. We have been lucky to have her.
I am asking people to support and re-elect Michelle Perlee to the Bristol selectboard. Thank you!
Mary Orvis-Baker
Bristol

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