Thanks again, on behalf of Cole – Letter

Cole holds a cheque from Wesley Construction

The following is a list of thanks to all the businesses and people who helped make the recent fundraisers for Cole Hoodicoff a success by donating auction items, door prizes, or significant time and energy:

 

Businesses:

A&P Furniture (Trail)

Arlington Hotel

Banjo’s Pub

The Black Rooster

Boston Pizza

Castlegar Minor Hockey Association

Castle Glass

Columbia Glass

Johnny’s Grocery & Gas

HTR Designs

Lifestyles

Nealy O’Briens

Panago Pizza

The Plaza Bakery

Red Mountain Resort

Safeway

The Wholesale Club (Nelson)

ReMax Realty (Trail)

Robson Community Hall

Slim Jim Contracting

Wesley Construction

Mountain FM (Drex and Johnson)

 

Volunteers:

Jay & Donna Walters

Jeff & Caroline – from the Arlington

Hayley & Sandra – from the Duck

Lana Paulson McCreight

John Siray

Don & Darrell Anderson

Peggy & Carl Perepolkin

Mike & Deb Christie

Alex Fasthuber & Dena Pereverzoff

Sally Bland

Rob & Nikki Leggett

Cheri Stefoniuk

Lynda Bryan

Kevin Perepolkin

Chris, Mike, & Steve – Amusing Yours Truly

Mike & Greg – Thunder N Lightning

Doug Hickey

 

Thank-you everyone!

 

Amy Walters

(Cole’s Mom)

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