Ingram committed to GV’s young people |

Ingram committed to GV’s young people

It was an honor and privilege to work with Patti Ingram on the Grass Valley Skatepark Project. As both a City Council member and lifetime resident, she has generously contributed her talents as a dedicated advocate for the youth of Grass Valley. She has initiated and supported actions resulting in a better community. She has the balance it takes to provide the needed resources and opportunities for our youth. This town is fortunate to have a candidate who is intelligent, hard working, thoughtful, and experienced. When given the opportunity, I know Patti will continue to serve the community with leadership skills of the highest standard.

Chris Drainville



Center Association

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