To the Editor:

It’s nice to know that we can count on our hometown people to help us out. Many thanks go out to Duane Meyer of Central Minnesota Pest Control for taking the time to spray the church and rid us of our hornet infestation.We were blessed to have your help. — Pierz Faith Community Church, Eileen Hargrave, secretary, Pierz 

To the Editor:

We would like to sincerely thank all of the people at Bethel Lutheran Church who hosted the annual dinner and fundraising rummage sale for the individuals supported by Lutheran Social Service (LSS) of Minnesota. Their generosity, energy and support has truly made a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities. Their efforts and work is inspiring, heartfelt and motivating. A simple thank you seems to be inadequate for all their noble efforts. — Mary Frey, Jeanette Barthel and Lisa Kohn, LSS, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The American Red Cross Bloodmobile at St. Francis Convent, Little Falls, received 262 units — 29 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, Ace/Coborn’s and Walgreens for marquee reminders; churches who promoted this event in their bulletins, the many volunteers who helped. Mark your calendars for Jan. 9-11, 2013. — Sister Julien Dirkes, Motherhouse administrator, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The Rice Area Bloodmobile would like to thank all the people who came to donate blood Oct. 29, at Shepherd of the Pines Church, Rice for all their patience and help in collecting 123 units of blood so more than 246 lives could be saved. I would also like to thank the many volunteers and businesses who donated time or goods. You all did your part so the blood drive could be successful. Hope to see you all again April 29, 2013. — Lora Knafla, Rice area bloodmobile volunteer general coordinator, Rice

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, I want to thank you all; the sisters and volunteers, businesses and individuals who helped at the Franciscan Harvest Supper Nov. 3 at St. Francis Convent. We served 381 people locally-grown fried chicken and roasted vegetables, wild rice sausages and dessert Saturday night. Funds raised will benefit St. Francis Health and Recreation Center and St. Francis Music Center. — Kathy Wittington, volunteer coordinator, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Morrison County Pheasants Forever thanks youth pheasant hunt sponsors Rice Creek Hunting and Recreation; Kohl’s and Gander Mountain, Baxter, Pine Country Bank, Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union, Coborn’s, Pizza Ranch, Da Fishin’ Hole, Shooting Sports, LF Tools and More, Granite City Jobbing, Ron Nornberg Automotive, Froggy’s Signs and Norberg Steel and Trailers. Special thanks to Rice Creek guides for donating their time, use of trap range and facilities, community volunteers and Morrison County Pheasants Forever Chapter members. — Gary Gannon, youth coordinator, Morrison County Pheasants Forever, Randall 

To the Editor:

The Royalton Lions, Royalton Federation of Teachers and Royalton Community Education would like to thank the candidates Michelle Carlson, Rich Collins, Al Doty, Ron Kresha, Paul Gazelka, Adrian Welle, Randy Winscher, Liz Verley, Ron Verley and Ed Zimny for taking time to join our Meet the Candidates forum. We know the community appreciated having the opportunity to meet and hear from you on issues important to them. — Sarah Funk, Communtiy Education coordinator, Royalton

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