Editor, Gettysburg Times,

When I was a little girl, I remember playing Tom's Creek, a small tributary which leads into the Susquehanna, with my family for hours at a time in the summer sun, walking barefoot on the mossy rocks. I soon developed a passion for learning about these waterways and all of the beautiful creatures that reside in them. I've been concerned though, that much of what I've ever learned about many of these species is their level of endangerment due to their sensitivity to the polluted water in which they live. My dream is that our future generations will be able to receive a different view on the endangerment of many beautiful creatures and the quality of water which gives us all life.

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