Gratitude from Share the Spirit

  • Tuesday, December 31, 2013 5:41pm
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On behalf of Share the Spirit, I would like to thank everyone who so generously gave of their time, donated door prizes and food and attended the Annual Spaghetti Feed Dinner this year. To each and every one of you, we express our resounding gratitude for your support.

This year, especially, we would like to recognize several individuals: Mark at Sav-U-More who, every year, without hesitation, always says “yes” to me and goes above and beyond, Kachemak Wholesale Foods, Susan Miller and her staff, Gina and Shelly, Marty and Jackie (always there for us), Maura, John, Ron and Michael (excellent cooks), Peggy and Emmy (my right hands), Rachel and crew at Homer High and especially Jonathan. Your energy and commitment were amazing. 

I truly wish I could list all the volunteers who gave of their time. Without them, this event would not have enjoyed the success we did. Your commitment to helping Share the Spirit in our community is sincerely appreciated.

Also we would like to recognize the generous organizations who always come through for our raffle ticket prizes: Era Aviation, Dimond Center Hotel, HEA, Home Run Oil and Lower Peninsula Power Sports.

And one final big thank you to the cabbie from Kosta’s who retrieved the keys I accidentally locked in my vehicle on Monday morning at the Elk’s. Thanks for the Christmas present.

Each year Share the Spirit continues to successfully help others less fortunate because of this community that has come together, once again to help us in our endeavors to make a difference. Thank you. We hope you all had a beautiful Christmas holiday and wish you the best in the upcoming New Year.

Fran McCampbell

Event Coordinator

Share the Spirit

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