Thank you letters, 5-25-14 issue

To the Editor:

The Little Falls Post Office would like to thank the Morrison County Record and KLTF/KFML Radio Station for all their help with the “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive and a very special thank you to the Little Falls community for your generous donations and in helping make the Stamp Out Hunger food drive successful. All the collected food was donated to Morrison County Food Shelf. — John Korf, Postmaster, Little Falls Post Office

To the Editor:

The Friends of Linden Hill, the Board of Directors, and the Garden and Grounds Committee greatly appreciated all the work accomplished by the “Day of Caring.” We continue to be amazed at the amount of work that is accomplished.

The youth and Minnesota National Guard personnel who fanned out throughout nine acres of grounds worked diligently to clean and beautify our community treasure. We enjoyed working alongside the volunteers. It was fun for us, too. — Barb Fjeld and Denis Dolan, Linden Hill, Little Falls

To the Editor:

On behalf of the American Legion and Auxiliary we would like to thank all of the volunteers and businesses who supported us on Poppy Day. Your generous donations will greatly benefit our veterans. Please remember our veterans this Memorial Day and always. — Sue Krystosek, American Legion Auxiliary, Post 137, Royalton

To the Editor:

Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to thank the instructors and Little Falls Taekwondo for donating their time and talents in teaching basic self-defense moves to women of all ages in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness month. We would also like to thank the community members that participated in this event. Your contribution and support of sexual assault prevention is greatly appreciated. — Karla Montag, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

 

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