Thank you letters, 5-26-13 issue

To the Editor:

The Little Falls Post Office would like to thank the local businesses, Morrison County Record, KLTF/KFML Radio Station, Custom Printing and also the Little Falls community for your generous donations for helping make the “Stamp out Hunger Food Drive” successful. We would also like to thank Connor Zack, Jacob Waldock, Troy Stout and Sarah Stout for helping us collect the food. All the collected food was donated to the Morrison County Food Shelf. — Postmaster John Korf, Little Falls Post Office and rural carriers 

To the Editor:

We wish to send out a huge “thank you” to Our Lady of Lourdes Middle School Jazz Band, and director Lanny Anderson, for their wonderful performance at the free concert sponsored by the Friends of Linden Hill. Your professionalism and manners were top notch. Thank you also to solo artist Michael Shynes. Your music and lyrics delighted all of us. We appreciated all of the work Karen Dolan did in preparing the music history from Linden Hill. — Don Belisle and the Friends of Linden Hill Board, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to give a heartfelt thank you to Pine Country Bank, Bank of the West, Unity Bank and Morrison County Public Health for participating in our seventh annual Denim Day. Their personal commitment to ending sexual violence is greatly appreciated and admired. We thank them for truly making a difference in people’s lives. — Michele Miller, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The Pierz FFA did ditch-cleaning Tuesday, May 14, and would like to extend their deep appreciation to Jeff of J&D Service in Hillman for providing refreshments to our group. On Wednesday, May 15, the FFA held a children’s barnyard at the High School and would like to thank

SuperAmerica, Sunrise Ag, Pierz Co-op, Pierz Foods, McDonald’s and Roxann Welle for their contributions to make the day a success. — Pat Tax, Pierz Healy High School FFA adviser, Pierz

To the Editor:

Many thanks to the business places and individuals in our area who supported our annual Poppy Drive. We are also grateful to the teachers and students for making poppy posters to promote poppy distribution. The money collected will make it possible to fund programs for veterans and their families. — Rosetta Weber and the Poppy Committee, Pierz Legion Auxiliary, Unity 341, Pierz

To the Editor:

We would like to thank DH Concrete, Mulching Mania, Ken and Bobbie Killinger, Petron Farms, Pine Country Bank, Rice American Legion, Royalton American Legion, Royalton Fire Department, Royalton Lions Club, Kevin Silbernick family and 10 Spot Bar and Grill for their generous donations to start our program. — Jill Cekalla, treasurer of the Royalton Youth Traveling Baseball Board, Royalton

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