Seniors appreciate support

  • Monday, March 4, 2013 2:18pm
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As usual, our community has been there to help the seniors by supporting their senior center. We would like to thank the following for their recent donations and commitment to ensuring we are able to provide the best possible care.
Thank you multiple times to Jolee Ellis for the brand new tool box (with tools), account with Spenard Builders, and the brand new CD/radio player. Now we can more adequately do small repairs and enjoy listening to our CDs. We at Friendship Center Adult Day Services sincerely appreciate the generosity of this friend of ours.
Great heartfelt thanks to Lyle of Homer Heating Co. and to Eayrs Plumbing and Heating for helping us out of a jam on numerous occasions.
We extend a special thank you to the grader operator who took a few extra minutes of his time to clear the ice rut in front of the parking lot.
Homer is a better place to live with such caring people. We are truly grateful for your support and thank each of you tremendously.

Sincerely,
Keren Kelley, Executive Director
Homer Senior Citizens, Inc.

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