I am not an influencer; I just know things. This thing I am about to tell you is that attention must be paid.
There is a small town in upstate New York called Massena. It has been on life support for many years. The economy has been void for the past few decades, but at one time was a production hub of aluminum from an ALCOA plant and commerce from the St. Lawrence Seaway.
This is a typical story of many small towns today where The American Dream is nowhere in sight.
I was born in a small city called Washington DC. I can assure you, beyond the cold pastoral monuments you need to keep telling the story of a birth of a town, dying, and resurrection of a new birth of life. Washington changes every four or eight years, and thus is an example of the concept of revolution in our elections the forefathers gave America.
Without the history of Massena, the United States would have less aluminum foil to wrap the holiday turkeys our families enjoyed and some people would not be wearing tin-foil hats while visiting aliens in Roswell, New Mexico.
According to the book; “More Than Otis,” by the author John Michaud, (a lifelong Massena resident who knows everything there is to know about Massena and the people;) tells the story of Massena’s most famous resident, Hal Smith, better known as Otis, the town drunk on The Andy Griffith Show.
There will be a new birth for future Massena generations if only they embrace the past. The town is currently an Arthur Miller set from the play Death of a Salesman. A town much like the one Willy Loman lived in, but attention must be paid.
Massena has one last gasp to become a living, workable dream embracing their past and restore a new birth by making John Michaud for Massena Town Historian.
Currently there is around 600 signatures. It will not cost you a thing. Just enter your info and check the box and sign the petition for Michaud for Massena Town Historian. I would like to see thousands of signatures. Please take 2 minutes of your time to begin a miracle in Massena. Attention must be paid.
Please click the link below and sign the petition