To the Editor:
Due to the recent flooding, friends and families in this community have suffered greatly.
Although people are starting to rebuild homes and lives after such tragedy, we feel it was time to say "thank you" to those again who sponsored and donated to our "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive May 10, 2008.
Together, our community was able to stock our local pantries with more than 2,400 pounds of food this year for emergencies such as the recent flooding.
A special thanks to all of you who participated and gave so generously. You are not only our customers, but our friends.
Thanks to local sponsors: Bryant's Auto Detailing, Kermit's Lawnmower Shop, Auto ER, Excel Title Service, Inc., Goodies Galore, Shear Image, Sally's Place, "Sisters" Antique Mall, McCurdy's, J.D. Burk, Center Point Hardware, Yesterday's Treasures and Giftables, Kiddie Korner Daycare, Blue Moon Gifts, J&K Gifts, Cayton's Lawn Mowing Service, Clay County Podiatry, LLC Miranda Goodale, L&S Glass Service, Brazil Dairy Queen, Stadler and Co., Ind., Pappy's Bar-B-Que, Warren Tire, Inc., Aames Title and Closings, John and John Associates, Old Fashion Jewelry Shop, Community Medical Clinic, Dr. French, Forest Park Medical, Dr. Oehler, Cindy's Jewelry Sales, Irving Materials, Crawls, Basements and More, The World in Focus Eyecare, Dr. Nesty, Hamilton Center, Inc., Dr. Linda Colter, Mike's Economy Muffler, Dr. John J. Cash, DDS, Wendy's, The Brazil Times, A+ Printing, RE/MAX Homes and Land, Clay County Health Center, Harris Bank, Subway, Clover Signs, Page's Food Stores, Allied Insurance Agency, Lynn's Pharmacy, Irving Materials, Medfirst Clinic, Anderson-Shaw Chiropractic and Intrepid Home Health Services.
Michele Glotzbach, Karen Stearley, Greg Karn, Justin Cayton, Amy Lewis, Tyrone Cayton, Darbie Dimler and Kyra Stimler,
Your local letter carriers, NALC Branch 670