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Letter of thanks: Holiday Helpers

To the Editor:The Holiday Helpers 16th Annual Free Senior Christmas Luncheon was a great success. We served 89 meals.We would like to Thank all the people who helped make this a very special party for our Seniors. You all helped us put many smiles on many Seniors faces.A special Thank You to Remington’s, Longbranch, Mavericks,YMCA, Conroy Excavating, Mountain Parks, Pizza Hut, Gambles, C Lazy U, Mad Munchies, R&J Liquors, Pearl Dragon,Grand Mountain Bank, Glory Hole, Big Valley Construction, Grand Interior, Meadow gold, Subway of W.P., Circle D, City Market, Stitching Post, Millennium Bank, Alco, Fat Cat, Forest Lakes & Penny, Mountain Family Foods, Middle Park Meat, Alpine Office Supply, Nancy @ YMCA Food Service, Middle Park Glass, Town Hall, Sky-Hi News, Paul Voegeli, Lois Yost, Kathy 7& Mike Heine, Joann Anderson, Walt Spellerberg, Jodi & Kelly Griesch, James Gregory, Sharon Schoenberger, Grand County Council on Aging, Linda Gerrans, Lisa Bakker, Claudis Stauterfield, Linda Kerber, Jessie Thompson, Christina & RobWoodford, Janet Alley, Angelia Hatfield, Jan Robar, Ron & Ellen Tinkum, Austin Miller, Timothy Stauterfield, Denise Archultle, Noamin Hahn, Our special bowling Leagues (really helped a lot) Louie Ladies, Lady Bugs, Friday Nite, Colleen and Minnie Singers, Our singer Bill, Chris and Girl Scout Troop 1975 were a fantastic help to us and a blessing to the Seniors. Also Thank You to our anonymous donors and anybody else we may have overlooked.We had such unbelievable help this year that stayed to the end and we did not get all their names. We sure did appreciate all of our helpers to make this run smoothly.Holiday Helpers appreciated everything and everybody who helped make this such a great party for all the Seniors.Merry Christmas , Happy New Year and God bless you all from the Holiday Helpers.Jean, Kelli, Betts, Jodi, Lynne, Krys, Carole, Deb, and Cindy

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