By JULIE E. GREENE
SHARPSBURG - When it comes to serving her community, Anna Louise Jamison just doesn't know how to say "no."
Jamison first became Sharpsburg's town clerk in 1971 when former mayor Edwin Palmer asked her to take on the job.
In 1985, she joined the planning and zoning board and election board at the request of former mayor Gerard Quinn.
Now, 24 years after leaving the post, Jamison has once again become town clerk.
Mayor George Kesler needed someone to take on the post after former clerk Pat Holland resigned the part-time job on Aug. 31. Jamison began in mid-September.
"I think more people should get involved," said Jamison, 72.
Jamison said her political participation is probably due to her support for the underdog.
Town Councilman Russ Weaver says it's the nature of her family.