Thank you letters, Jan. 22 issue

To the Editor:

The Morrison County Food Shelf would like to thank all of the individuals, civic groups, church groups, anyone and everyone who gave and helped out so generously during the holiday season. The Food Shelf helped over 1,400 individuals including 479 families during the month of December. This would not be possible without all of your generosity. — Carol Thomas, Morrison County Food Shelf

To the Editor:

The Red Cross Bloodmobile at St. Francis Convent in Little Falls received 229 units — 11 units below goal. Thanks to donors who gave and those who came but couldn’t donate; businesses allowing for posters; Little Falls Radio, Morrison County Record, Channel 6—who informed the public; Pine Country Bank, Ace/Coborn’s and Walgreens for marquee reminders; Doctor Ben Grams and staff; and the many volunteers who helped. Mark your calendars for April 11 – 13, 2012. — Sister Julien Dirkes, Motherhouse Administrator, St. Francis Convent, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The Morrison County Salvation Army would like to thank everyone that participated in this year’s Red Kettle Campaign. We appreciate those who volunteered to bell ring, as well as everyone that donated. Because of you, we raised more than $5,000 to assist Morrison County residents year round. If you would like more information about the Salvation Army, come to our meeting Monday, Feb. 13, 9:30 a.m., in the Historic Courthouse or contact Deanna at (320) 632-1657. — Deanna Thompson, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to extend thanks and appreciation to Shane and Debbie Cole at Domino’s Pizza of Little Falls for the recent benefit day they held on behalf of our agency. Also, thank you to all of the community members that supported our agency by participating in the event. The funds raised will be used to help victims of crime in our community. — Kristi Anderson, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

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