Thank you letters, Jan. 29 issue

To the Editor:

Thank you so much to LF Machine for your generous donation of $743 to Shriners Hospital for Children, Twin Cities. This 40-bed pediatric hospital, research and teaching center in Minneapolis, focuses on treating children with orthopedic and neuro-musculosketal conditions in an environment designed to put children at ease.

On behalf of the Aadzuhman Shriner’s Club that covers Morrison, Cass, Crow Wing and Aitkin counties, and children, please accept our heartfelt thanks. — James D. Chandler, secretary, Aadzuhman Shrine Club, Brainerd 

To the Editor:

Thank you to all the volunteers and students who made the Mission Quilting Day possible in Royalton. Fifty-two quilts were made and will be sent to various places in need. A huge thank you to Natalie and Katie Schmitt, Ardelle Amundson, Nancy Anderson and Edris Weinand for your time and talents, the teachers for being cooperative and the Royalton fourth – sixth graders, your hard work and service will keep many warm and happy. — Angie Sahr, Royalton Community Ed program coordinator, Royalton

To the Editor:

The sixth grade class at Holy Trinity in Pierz would like to thank all those that came and enjoyed our Camp Foley breakfast and bake sale at St. John’s Church in Lastrup Jan. 22. Your support is very much appreciated. We would also like to thank those that donated time and food to our breakfast. We had a great turnout. — Stacey Thomsen and the sixth grade students and parents of Holy Trinity School, Pierz 

To the Editor:

The Boys and Girls Club of Morrison County – Little Falls would like to thank Boart Longyear Company and employees for their donation of bikes for the Club. This was a wonderful way for your employees to experience a hands-on service project by building the bikes and donating them to our youths. You made many youths smile. — Janelle Hansen, branch director, Boys and Girls Clubs, Little Falls branch

up arrow