Thank you letters, Oct. 20 issue

To the Editor:

The Richardson Township Lakes Area Lions Club wishes to express our sincere gratitude to all of those who purchased raffle tickets for its Sept. 5 drawing. Proceeds from this raffle goes to help our Lions community projects, donations to the Lions Eye Bank, Hearing Foundation, Leader Dog programs, assist various families in need and support the Onamia Food Shelf. We look forward to being here for our communities. — Barb Smude, Richardson Township Lakes Area Lions

To the Editor:

The players and coaches of the Little Falls varsity football team would like to thank all the loyal Flyer football fans for their support of our semi-annual water softener salt sale. The community support of our team is outstanding. We would also like to again thank Coborn’s of Little Falls for their continued generosity. We appreciate all your support. — Jay DeCann, head Flyer football coach, Little Falls 

To the Editor:

I would like to thank Jim Hill and Len Sanoski for being our captains on Sept. 24 on the “Let’s Go Fishing” pontoon. We were able to take two groups of residents from the care center and clients from our OutReach Program on a ride down the Mississippi. Many had not been on a boat for years. It was enjoyed by all. What a great program. — Lisa Nelson, St. Otto’s Care Center, outreach director, Little Falls 

To the Editor:

Holy Trinity School thanks everyone for making one first annual steak and wine fundraiser a huge success: Don Peine, Brickyard Bar and Banquet Hall, for donating the facility and other extras, Joe and Rosi Przybilla for auctioneering, meal/auction donors, parents for working and auction participants. It was a fabulous evening that demonstrated the value our communities have for Holy Trinity Catholic School. God bless you. — George and Becky Dehler and Brian and Brenda Prokott, steak and wine event chairpersons, Pierz

To the Editor:

Pioneer Elementary would like to thank Pierz Foods for donating wonderful school supplies to our school. This year, our points went to third grade students who chose movement games for indoor recess days, student marker boards, art supplies, educational games and much more. We are very thankful to Allen Dahmen and Pierz Foods for their generous donation and support to our community. Please keep shopping local and continue to save your Pierz Foods receipts. — Lydia Otremba, Pioneer Elementary Student Council, Pierz

To the Editor:

Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to thank all the golfers, volunteers and sponsors that supported our 16th Tee Off to Stop Violence Golf Tournament. A special thank you to St. Gabriel’s Hospital, Thrivent Financial, RadioShack, Four Cheeks BBQ, Coborn’s, Zylka’s Red Bull Bar and Grill and Subway for helping to make the event a success and truly making a difference in people’s lives. — Michele Miller, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

 

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