Casavant a ‘passionate leader’

To the Editor:


I am supporting Beth Casavant for the open seat in the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen race that will be decided Tuesday, May 2. This race is contested, and I wanted to voice my opinion as to why I feel Beth is the best choice for Shrewsbury, particularly in a year where we will be transitioning to a new town manager.

I have had the pleasure of working directly with Beth during her time as PTO president, class mom, and through her volunteerism on the Library Board of Trustees. She is a passionate leader and will bring to the office a high level of professionalism and dedication to our community.  She has a very strong work ethic, strong ability to communicate and energy to serve. She is an asset to Shrewsbury and will be a strong advocate for economic development, infrastructure, public safety and our schools.

Beth has already proven herself by managing Shrewsbury’s only successful Proposition 2 ½ Override campaign and she was instrumental in the successful vote for a new library.  Additionally, she has worked tirelessly on behalf of our schools.

Currently, Beth is a Worcester County reserve deputy sheriff and has raised funds for St. Anne’s Human Services and Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services through her role as director of an annual charity golf tournament, and she is a board member of Binkeez for Comfort which is a local nonprofit that provides blankets for severely ill babies and children.

Please join me in support of Beth Casavant for Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen on May 2. Your vote counts!


Katie Heald


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