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My Why: Steve & Ariana Dronen

Updated: Mar 29

Steve and Ariana Dronen: Ridgefield Parents, Residents, and Business Owners

Our Why: Invest in a Thriving Ridgefield

Steve and Ariana Dronen are proud members of the Ridgefield community, deeply invested in its growth and prosperity. As parents, residents, and local business owners, they understand the importance of community bonds and the collective strength they bring. They believe that now is the time to 'Bond Together for Our Ridgefield and Our Future' to pave the way for a thriving Ridgefield. Let’s hear their thoughts on the significance of these bonds and why they are urging their fellow community members to vote YES by April 23.

#1 Who are you and why are these bond's important to you?

“We are Steven and Ariana Dronen and we recognize that Ridgefield is a community bound by shared values, aspirations, and a deep commitment to one another’s well-being. Propositions 10 and 11 are more than just financial investments; they represent our collective determination to build a better future for ourselves and generations to come. They signify our belief in the power of unity and collaboration to overcome challenges and create opportunities for all. These bonds are important to us because they symbolize our dedication to the growth, prosperity, and resilience of our community.”

#2 What does “Bond Together” mean to you both?

“To us, ‘Bond Together’ embodies the spirit of solidarity and mutual support that defines our community. It signifies our willingness to come together, despite our differences, to work towards common goals and shared dreams. ‘Bond Together’ is not merely a slogan; it’s a call to action, urging us to forge stronger connections, build trust, and foster a sense of belonging among all members of our community. It’s about recognizing that we are stronger when we stand united, and that together, we can achieve anything.”

#3 Why now?

“Now is the time for us to invest in our future and lay the foundation for long-term growth and prosperity. The challenges we face require bold and decisive action, and delaying investment only prolongs the obstacles we must overcome. By acting now, we can seize opportunities, address the urgent needs in our schools, and ensure that our students are equipped to thrive in an ever-changing world. We must demonstrate our commitment to progress and unity, and to support the future generations of Ridgefield.”

#4 What we would say to someone who is on the fence about voting yes:

“To those who may be uncertain about voting yes, we urge you to consider the collective benefits of investing in our community’s future. These bonds represent an opportunity to make meaningful investments into the young minds of Ridgefield and their education which ultimately benefit us all. By voting yes, you’re not just supporting a financial measure; you’re affirming your belief in the strength and potential of our community. Together, we can achieve more than we ever could alone. Your vote matters, and by choosing to invest in our future, you’re helping to build a stronger, more vibrant community for everyone.”

Please Vote Yes for Propositions 10 and 11 by April 23.

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