Thank you letters, June 8 issue

To the Editor:

The 12 certified instructors of the firearms safety class and the 57 students who took and passed the class would like to thank the generous sponsors of our program. They include: Randall, Big Lake and Little Falls Sportsman’s Clubs, Randall VFW Post 9073 and the Auxiliary, Randall-Cushing Lions, Randall Little Elk Lions, Flensburg Legion, Morrison County Pheasants Forever, Gosch’s Grocery, CansRUs, Northland Drilling and Gander Mountain of Brainerd. — Gary Gannon, lead instructor, Randall firearms training, Randall

To the Editor:

Hands of Hope Resource Center would like to thank Pine Country Bank, Bank of the West, Unity Bank, US Bank, Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union, First International Bank & Trust, American Heritage Bank, Mid Central Federal Savings Bank and Morrison County Public Health for Breaking the Silence, Breaking the Dress Code as part of our eighth annual Denim Day on April 23. We thank them for truly making a difference in people’s lives. — Michele Miller, Hands of Hope Resource Center, Little Falls

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Swanville VFW, I would like to congratulate Paul Froncak, Morrison County veterans service officer, on his retirement. We want to take this opportunity to thank him for his tireless efforts to assist veterans in obtaining their entitled benefits. I’ve known Paul for years and have appreciated his compassion and understanding. His work ethic is to be envied and his sense of humor is a great stress reliever, when needed. — Dennis Treb, commander, Swanville Post 6037, Swanville

To the Editor:

Thank you to all who gave donations to Birthline for the Mother’s Day carnations. A special thank you to the church coordinator and to Dale and his helpers at Falls Floral. May God bless you all. — Dorene Czeck, area Birthline flower coordinator, Bowlus

To the Editor:

The Morrison County Food Shelf in Little Falls would like thank the postal workers who collected and everyone who donated food in the recent “Stamp Out Hunger” drive held May 10. Over 2,000 pounds of food was donated. Summertime is a busy time at the food shelf, as school is out and the children are home for more meals per day. This often means more families may need the extra help that the Food Shelf provides. — Leah Schilling, Food Shelf Board member, Little Falls

To the Editor:

St. Camillus Advisory Board and staff want to thank the organization and persons who donated to make Spring Magic a reality. Our Morrison County adults with disabilities enjoyed a fun afternoon with family and friends eating a meal and dancing. They look forward to this yearly event and are grateful to you for helping with the expenses. — Sister Julien Dirkes, St. Camillus Advisory Board chair, Little Falls 

 

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