Thank you letters, Nov. 17, 2013 issue

To the Editor:

The Rice Area Bloodmobile thanks the 90 people who came to donate blood Oct. 28 at Shepherd of the Pines Church. A total of 99 units of blood were collected so more than 250 lives could be helped. I also 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 at the end of April 2014. — Lora Knafla, Rice Area Bloodmobile volunteer coordinator, Rice

 

To the Editor:

The Royalton Girls Youth Basketball League thanks all those who helped us Nov. 2, when it was our turn to host league play. To those who helped plan the event, help set up and clean up, worked concessions, ran clocks or refereed — we couldn’t have done it without you. It was great to see how willing everyone was to pitch in and make the day so successful. What a great way to start the season. — Dave Waletski and the Royalton Girls Youth Basketball League, Royalton 

To the Editor:

Thank you to the entire staff at Cabin Fever Restaurant and Saloon, who donated their tips during the recent “Little Falls Ladies Night Out,” totaling $435, to Kinship of Morrison County. Kinship’s youth mentoring program greatly appreciates the generosity of the “ladies” who tipped while at Cabin Fever that night and for staff who donated those tips. With much thanks. — Aaron Olson, Kinship of Morrison County, Little Falls

To the Editor:

We would like to thank all who came out to Pierz to play quilt bingo Nov. 3. A special thanks to all the parents of Holy Trinity and Father Pierz School of Religion who donated time, to make this bingo a huge success. We invite everyone to come and play cash bingo Sunday, Dec. 8, at 1 p.m., at Holy Trinity’s gym. We appreciate everyone’s support. We couldn’t do this without you. Thanks much. — Mark Hoheisel, Father Pierz School of Religion, Pierz 

To the Editor:

The Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce sends a thank you to Little Falls Community Schools High School students Brooke Bauer, Alea Cekalla and Haley Kimman for assisting with the holiday decorating at the Cass Gilbert Depot. The Depot is used for many meeting and holiday gatherings. The festive decorations add to the enjoyment of the events. — Debora K. Boelz, president/CEO, Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Thank you to the Pierz High School Student Council and the Father Pierz School of Religion for the food drive on Halloween night. The amount of food collected was fantastic. Also, thank you to everyone that donated money. The money and the food is very much appreciated. — Bernadette Stangl, Pierz Area Food Shelf, Little Falls

To the Editor:

Pierz Cub Scouts Pack 39 would like to thank the community of Pierz for their generous donations during the annual “Scouting for Food” drive. On Oct. 5, the scouts went around and collected the bags of food and brought them to the Pierz Food Shelf. The total collected was 334 pounds. Thank you to Bernadette Stangl and company for opening the food shelf and accepting the donations. — Cassandra Meyer and Pierz Cub Scouts Pack 39, Pierz

 

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