Thank you letters, April 21 issue

To the Editor:

Beth Waltman’s fifth-graders thank everyone who helped make our rummage and bake sale this past weekend a huge success. All of you have helped tremendously in reaching our goal of bringing water to children in Africa. We also thank the Record’s Terry Lehrke for her article in the April 7 edition about our event. Thank you all very much for helping us help the children in Africa. — Beth Waltman and fifth-graders at Holy Trinity Catholic School, Pierz

To the Editor:

We would like to send a huge thank you to Mr. Ray Stumpf for choosing to spend his “borrowed time” speaking to five high school religion classes about his faith in Jesus Christ. Students wrote letters to Ray following his talk and Ray took the time to write back to all 120 students. Thank you, Ray, for sharing your life journey with the students to help them grow deeper in their faith. — Julie Laflamme, administrator, Father Pierz School of Religion, Pierz

To the Editor:

I would like to send a big thanks to Arby’s of Little Falls and Gazelle Incorporated for donating prizes for the halftime contests at the Little Falls boys basketball games. The prizes add a lot of excitement to the games. Thanks again. — Joel Holey, Little Falls Boy Basketball, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The Bloodmobile at St. Francis Convent in Little Falls received 250 units, which was over our goal of 248. Thanks to donors, for coming in early and waiting to give due to weather, those who came but couldn’t donate; businesses allowing for posters; Little Falls Radio, Morrison County Record, Channel 6 — who informed the public; Walgreens and Ace/Coborn’s for marquee reminders; Coborn’s for juice/cups; volunteers who helped. Mark your calendars for June 18-20. — Sister Julien Dirkes, motherhouse administrator, Little Falls

To the Editor:

April 21 – 27 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to take this time to recognize and honor our volunteers that dedicate themselves to our agency in many ways. No matter what role each plays they are all an important part of our agency. Without them we would not be able to do this work. We thank them so much for all that they do. — Karla Montag, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

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