Thank you letters, April 22 issue

To the Editor:

The Red Cross Bloodmobile at St. Francis Convent, Little Falls, received 252 units — 21 units over our goal. Thanks to donors who gave, who came but couldn’t donate, also first-time donors; 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; churches who promoted this event in their bulletins, many volunteers who helped. Mark your calendars for June 19 – 21. — Sister Julien Dirkes, Motherhouse administrator, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Harding Place residents and staff would like to thank the Shepherd of the Pines Lutheran Church in Rice. They graciously donated 30 beautiful quilts for the residents at Harding Place along with some flannel sheets, towels and some washcloths. Their generosity is truly appreciated. — Laurie Doroff, mental health program director and Harding Place manager at Horizon Health Services Inc.

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Minnesota Fishing Museum Board and membership, I wish to express our thanks to the many businesses, organizations and individuals who made our Fishing With the Pros fundraiser a huge success. Special thanks to the 21 professional fishermen and guides who donated their time to visit with guests and gave special time to the kids in attendance. Together, we are preserving our fishing heritage and passing it on to future generations. — Mavis Buker, executive director, Minnesota Fishing Museum, Little Falls

To the Editor:

I want to give a big thanks to all who helped make the Holy Trinity Catholic School in Pierz lock-in for the fourth – sixth graders a fun time for the kids: Walmart, Coborn’s and Holy Trinity PTO for donations and to all the parents who helped make this evening possible for the kids. — Pam-ela Brisk, Lock-in Committee, Pierz

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