Hits & Misses: Tubman on the $20, Auburn business closes, musicians support Auburn YMCA | Editorial

Harriet Tubman could just one day surface on $20 bills. Offered The Citizen Editorial Board…



Harriet Tubman could just one day surface on $20 bills.




Hit: We were rather pleased on Monday to hear the new White Dwelling Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, say that the Treasury Department is resuming its operate to put the graphic of Harriet Tubman on a redesigned $20 bill. The press to honor Tubman on U.S. forex had attained steam with the backing of previous President Barack Obama’s administration, but the concept had fallen out of sight publicly more than the earlier number of several years. “It’s critical that our notes … replicate the heritage and range of our region, and Harriet Tubman’s graphic gracing the new $20 notice would surely mirror that,” Psaki reported.

Miss out on: The economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic has claimed a further business enterprise with the closure of Dance Corridor Antiques. Operator Tom Patterson mentioned that soon after remaining shut from March by means of Oct 2020 it just was not economically feasible to preserve likely. He will pass up interacting with consumers, he stated, but the “pandemic just took its toll.”

Hit: Accomplish 4 Objective, an Auburn-centered youth new music group, will hold a digital fundraiser to help Auburn YMCA-WEIU’s youth scholarships. The party will incorporate video clip performances of Beatles songs, with donations currently being recognized from Feb. 1 by means of March 7 for scholarships in memory of former CEO Jim Courtney and former Executive Director Steve Komanecky, who the two died this 12 months. The movies will be viewable at carry out4goal.org or fb.com/accomplish4goal. For far more information and facts, get in touch with Margaret Liberatore at (315) 729-7605 or stop by accomplish4goal.org.