Letter to the Editor: Expressing thanks
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To the Editor:
We would like to thank everyone that donated to the raffle. All the donations and all the proceeds went straight to Rezi Cross, a sweet little 6 year old girl that has been in children’s hospital, and is facing a possible heart transplant. We would like to thank all the local businesses in the town of Paris who helped out with the donations.
The list of businesses we would like to thank is as follows:
Bob Rogers Chevrolet, Paris Ford 0 Castle Graphics, O’Reillys Auto Parts, Dari Delite of Paris, Classic Candies of Caulksville, Scott’s on the Square, Carries Tutu’s, The Reading Room, Eagle Video of Paris, Beauty Box, Sew Creative, Brenda’s Krafty Kreations, Logan County Museum, Cove Creek Supply and Restaurant, East End Pub and Grill, Tucker Music Store of Paris, Arvest Bank of Paris, Subiaco Federal Credit Union-Paris branch, PJ’s Fabric and More, Four Seasons Beauty Shop, Nancy Eubanks, Grapevine, First National Bank of Paris, The Coal Miners Museum, Bank of the Ozarks in Paris, First Western Bank in Caulksville, Ed Williams Body Shop, Paris Muffle and Exhaust, Pizza Barn, Hardwicke’s Furniture, Shirley’s Beauty Shop, Angies Outlet, The Busy Needle, Danielle’s Beauty Salon, Farmers Co-op in Subiaco, Kuts By Huck and Murray’s Barber Shop
If we happen to missed anyone we would like to let you know that we didn’t do it on purpose, there were just so many and we got as many as we could remember.
We would like to also thank the ones that donated anonymously. You know who you are.
We would like to thank everyone that helped us sell tickets for the raffle and to all those that bought tickets, your participation was much appreciated. Thank you so much.
We would also like to thank Walmart for letting us set up in the parking lot in front of the store to sell tickets.
And, a final thank you to the Logan County Muddobbers. Thanks guys for all your help as well and for everything ya’ll do. It is so appreciated….
We would like to congratulate all the winners of the raffled items.
In closing, we are so thankful to be living in a town with such a big heart, in helping those in need.
We thank each and every one that helped out, donated and gave to the cause of helping sweet little Rezi.
Thank you so much.
Brenda Berry and Amber Sanders