One of the great lessons learned by living in a town of fewer than 250 residents is that our community is generally a lot bigger than out-of-town folks realize.
City friends often ask me if Frost has a school or a hospital. I tell them we have both. They are excellent and are both less than 15 minutes from my house. We also have a major state university 45 minutes away and all sorts of other community assets within a close and easy driving distance. Frost would be much smaller if we claimed only the assets found within lines a stranger drew on a map more than 100 years ago.