Fear that Beacon House could close
To the Editor:
I've been one of the people going to the Beacon House since it was started in the late 1980's.
It's called the Beacon House because it stood as a beacon of light from heaven shining over the people of the Beacon House.
However, from the time the founder left, the Beacon House has changed.
There used to be a lot of activities with involvement from many clubs from around the region. But it's really dwindled down. Many of those clubs are no longer involved.
The Beacon House is now located at the Muskie Building. The leadership is not what it used to be and there's no longer supervision on the weekends.
I'm afraid that the Beacon House could close if things keep going the way they are right now.
The Beacon House means a lot to me; it's a place to go to and enjoy activities with others. It was like a home, with people helping each other.
I pray that things pick up and that it can again become what it used to be.