Griesch; Letter of Thanks, Holiday Helpers
Holiday Helper’s Senior Christmas Dinner Thank You
The Holiday Helper’s 21st Annual Senior Christmas Dinner was a success; as it is every year, thanks to all of our volunteers and donors. We would like to thank everyone who attended, volunteered, donated and entertained our guests. A special thanks to Jean Peoples who started this event; may we always make her proud.
A big shout out of thanks to Mavericks Grill (Sean and Stephanie) for going above and beyond for our event!! Every year Sean and Stephanie provide us with food, supplies, donations and some priceless advice. Thank you to Pearl Dragon for the Chinese Feast you provide every year and all of the lotion and books you gave!! Thank you from your community, for all of your support!! A big thank you to our new commissioner, Jane Tollett, who provided all of the desserts and cakes that were simply divine!! Thanks Jane
Thank you to our Granby Fire Department who make that extra special effort to ensure they are always there to serve the dinner and help us show how much we do appreciate the seniors of Grand County.
Thanks to our Holiday Helpers; Kelly Griesch, Nancy Bateman, Bruce, Donna Prevost, Cindy Rimmer, Carmon Reynolds Becky Allison, Cody Campbell, and the Grand County Girls Scouts, Vonda Little, Bob Baker, Tracy, Kim, Joanne Anderson, X-ray Dan and Chris, Thank you all!!! This event could not happen without you!!
Thank you to all of our donors, we could not do this without you!!
Mavericks Grill, Pearl Dragon, Conroy Excavating, Grand Angels, Maple Street Builders, Middle Park Glass, Blue Valley Ranch, US Foods, Granby Dairy, Robin and Jane Tollett, Netty, Showboat Bakery, Richard and Dela Linke, Nancy Bateman, Barbara, Java Lava, Middle Park Meat, Kelly Griesch, Town of Granby, Laura Veraldo and the Grand County Minnesingers for the entertainment. To everyone else who came and gave their time and support to help serve and celebrate the senior citizens in our community, your contribution is greatly appreciated.
Happy Holidays to all!
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