Thank you letters, May 11 issue

To the Editor:

Thank you to all the volunteers who supported the American Legion/Auxiliary Poppy program and to all who gave donations on Poppy Day, May 9.

Thank you to all the businesses that displayed poppy cards and their generous donations. All donations go to support the veterans. The poppy reminds us all of the past sacrifices and continuing needs of our veterans. — Carol Tillman, poppy chairman, American Legion Auxiliary, Little Falls 

To the Editor:

On Friday, May 2, the Morrison County Child Care Provider of the Year Banquet was held at Cabin Fever to celebrate this year’s honoree, Aeron Baum. I would like to thank Little Falls Radio, Great Clips, Greater Minnesota Insurance Agency, Pine Country Bank, Tina of the Morrison County Record, Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union, Walmart, Dairy Queen, Pioneer Restaurant, Jessica Nutz, Dana Patsie and Dan Loscheider for their generous donations. The community support is greatly appreciated, — Marcia Hegg, Licensed Family Child Care Association of Morrison County, Randall

To the Editor:

Thanks to your kindness and generosity, the athletes and coaches of the Little Falls Boys and Girls Track Team say “thank you” to the families, friends and loyal Flyer fans for their support of our semiannual water softener salt sale this past weekend.

Also, a special thank you goes out to Coborn’s of Little Falls, Greg, Rick and Carol for assistance in making this fundraiser a success.

The community support of our team is outstanding. — Dean Baumgarten, on behalf of the Little Falls boys and girls track team and coaches, Little Falls

 

To the Editor:

I would like to thank the Friends of the Lindbergh Heritage for their donation to our History After Hours event, April 24. We greatly appreciate all their support which allows us to continue to serve our community. — Melissa Peterson, site manager, Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site, Little Falls

To the Editor:

We would like to thank the Little Falls Exchange Arena and Mike Corrow for working with us to make our tree delivery week a success.  The facility is so spacious and keeps the trees cool while filling orders. What a great asset to the town of Little Falls.

Special thanks to Little Falls Fleet Supply for providing troughs at no cost for the week. We very much appreciate their generosity.  — Helen McLennan, Morrison Soil and Water Conservation District, Little Falls

To the Editor:

The Rice Area Bloodmobile would like to thank all the people who came to donate blood on April 28 at Shepherd of the Pines Church, Rice, for all their help in collecting 74 units of blood so over 200 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 in the fall.  — Lora Knafla, Rice Area Bloodmobile volunteer coordinator, Rice

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, I want to thank you all: sisters and volunteers, businesses and individuals, who helped at the spaghetti supper fundraiser, April 26 at St. Francis Convent. We served 292 people spaghetti and sauce, breadsticks, salad and bars on Saturday evening. Funds raised will benefit St. Francis Health and Recreation Center and St. Francis Music Center.  — Kathy Whittington, volunteer coordinator, Little Falls

To the Editor:

On Saturday, April 19, the Randall-Cushing Little Elk Lions Club held their annual Easter egg hunt at Bingo Park in Randall. The club would like to say thank you to the following for donating: Little Falls Coborn’s, Dairy Queen, Arby’s, Burger King and Gosch’s in Randall. Thank you. — Jody Lausen, Lion member, Randall

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