Thank you letters, May 20 issue

To the Editor:

Thank you to all the volunteers who supported the American Legion Auxiliary Poppy program and to all who gave donations on Poppy Day, May 11. Thank you to all the businesses that display poppy cards and their generous donations. All donations go to support the veterans. The poppy reminds us all of the past sacrifices and continuing needs of our veterans. — Carol Tillman, Poppy chairman, American Legion Auxiliary, Little Falls

To the Editor:

A big thank you from Operation Minnesota Nice, Royalton Chapter, for our successful garage sale. On Monday I deposited $743.85 into our savings account. Thank you to everyone who collected donations, set up and worked at the sale, as well as those who came and donated. A special thanks to the Schaubhut family for hosting the sale. This will buy lots of bore snakes and goodies for our troops.” — Sharon Gleisner, Royalton, leader of Operation Minnesota Nice

To the Editor:

Thank you to all the area and local businesses and organizations for your support and encouragement of the Pierz Healy High School students to pursue higher education. The scholarships you provide to students make an impact on their continued success in reaching their goals. We appreciate all you do. — Jessica Janski, Pierz Healy High School, counselor, Pierz

To the Editor:

The Pierz boys and girls golf programs would like to thank the Pierz Fire Relief Association for their generous gift. These funds will benefit the programs in many ways with things like range balls, golf aids, putting stations and our awards program. We understand how these tough economic times have impacted everyone, but we want to thank the Pierz Fire Relief Association for their continued support of our athletes. Thanks again for everything you do. — Chris Dobis and Steve Holbrook, head boys and girls golf coach

To the Editor:

The Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site would like to thank the 33 Little Falls Community High School students and St. Gabriel’s Hospital employees who helped rake and clean up sticks during the annual Day of Caring. The grounds look fabulous for the spring and summer touring seasons. We greatly appreciate all your hard work. — Melissa Peterson, site supervisor and Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site, Little Falls

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