Thank you letters, April 8 issue

To the Editor:

On behalf of all the Royalton area senior citizens that attended the social and dinner sponsored by the Royalton Lions, we would like to thank them for doing such an excellent job wining and dining us.

— Betty DeVriendt, Royalton

To the Editor:

The Randall VFW Auxiliary and Randall Cushing Lions thank the merchants of Randall and the citizens of the surrounding area for their generous support of the Stamps for the Wounded program. The community donated a total of 11,090 stamps for veterans. These stamps were trimmed and sent to Lions International Stamp Club which works with the armed services hospitals to distribute the stamps to patients that start stamp collections or add on to their existing collections. — Gary Gannon, Randall Cushing Lions and Araloene Tody, Randall VFW Auxiliary

To the Editor:

I would like to thank all the people involved in making the 3-on-3 tournament a success. I would like to especially thank the businesses that sponsored the tournament, Pierz Family Dentistry, Subway, Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Central Minnesota Pest Control, Brent Scholl Trucking and West Buckman Electric. — Matt Poepping, Pierz

To the Editor:

We want to thank everyone who supported and volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club “Strut Your Stuff” event at the Falls Ballroom. Everyone enjoyed a “Taste of Morrison County” and bidding on the auction items all donated by local restaurants, businesses, artists and individuals. Thank you for your generosity; it was a huge success because of you. It is obvious Morrison County really loves and supports their kids. — Jan Erwin, Little Falls

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Little Falls Adult Special Olympic swim team, I would like to thank Sally Huebner. Sally donated T-shirts for our team with our new team name — the Little Falls Dolphins. Thanks Sally. We appreciate it a lot and are looking forward to a great year again next year. — Kaitlyn Maslowski, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Many deserving thanks go to the gals at the Boomerang Bar for the overwhelming success of their Beer For Barks fundraiser held for the Morrison County Animal Humane Society. The crew and customers who showed their support that day was overwhelming. These funds are so helpful to the numerous pets as they wait for forever homes. Your generosity is appreciated. — Trista Whitman, Morrison County Animal Humane Society, Little Falls

 

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