I'd also like to thank everyone who had a hand in bringing this about. There were many Cherokees concerned over this situation. There was no political divide. It was not about only helping friends or family. It was not about what one could get in return for helping another. It was simply individual Cherokees getting involved so they could help another Cherokee who had fallen through the cracks. It was about working together for the greater good, something bigger than ourselves. This shows that when we put personal and political differences aside, good things can happen.
To all who prayed, spoke out, shared Linda's story, or reached out to the Cherokee Nation administration and Cherokee Nation Health Services, thank you for your efforts. You made this happen.
I'd also like to thank Chief Baker, the Tribal Council, and those in the Cherokee Nation Health Services for ensuring that Linda Wolfe got what she needed. It is greatly appreciated.
Those are my thoughts for today.
Thanks for reading.
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