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Clarksburg community honors a beloved worker retiring after 51 years | Get Uplifted

Anna Mae retired on Monday, and her town sent her off right!

CLARKSBURG, Md. — It’s time to get Uplifted, a time to take our minds off the negativity all around us and focus on the positive – the stories that UPLIFT us! Today's story comes to us from our own Howard Bernstein who let us know about Anna Mae, a sweet woman who has been greeting, smiling, and laughing with locals at the Clarksburg Liberty Gas Station, also known as Whipp's Garage, for the past 51 years. A community staple, Anna Mae retired on January 25.

The Clarksburg community sent her off right. They planned a Drive-By Honk and Wave car parade for Anna Mae on her last day at work on Monday. They have also set up a GoFundMe to give her a nice tip after her final shift.

If you'd like to put something in the digital tip jar for her, you can find the details how to on Facebook and on GoFundMe

Enjoy your retirement, Anna Mae. The people of Clarksburg want you to know that they love you.

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