Habitat appreciates donors
To the editor:
The board of Habitat for Humanity of Clay County wishes to thank the community for their tremendous support of our annual Jonah Fish Fry and Silent Auction. We are most grateful for those of you who helped in any way. Many of you stood in long lines or waited in our drive through. Others donated items for our Fish Fry and Silent Auction.
Donors include Pizza Hut, The Brazil Coffee Shop, Fiesta Salon, Papa Johns, Car Quest, Old Time Jewelry, Advance Auto, Jack's Fine Foods, Hair Incorporated, Hair Productions, Mane Attraction, Shear Image, A Cut Above, Reflections Salon, Lynn's Pharmacy, Mike's Muffler, Bob Bowen Ford, Brazilian Lanes, York Chevrolet, Long John Silvers, Timberland, Maurizios, Dairy Queen, Alicia Reed-Thomas, NAPA, A+ Printing, YMCA, Warren Tire, Sugar and Spice, Hardees, Glidden Furniture, Jeffery Allens, Merle Norman, Casey's, Boot City, Rex Baseball, Forest Park Golf Course, Oak Ridge Golf Course, Family Fudge, ISU, Rose Hulman, Page's IGA, Terre Haute Symphony, Terre Haute Children's Museum, Miller IGA, Pizza Gallery, Mayberry Malt Shoppe, Steve Weatherford, Fleta VanNess, Maria Schopmeyer, Clifford Robinson, Linda Schiele, Janice Bedwell, Helen Hoffa, Gerry Hoffa, Wanda Morlan Eilts, Mark Cooper, Keith Bowers, Cheryl Steuerwald, Terre Haute Savings Bank, Riddell National Bank, First Financial Bank and area churches. Thanks also to the Brazil Times, Clay City News and Terre Haute Tribune for their timely news updates.
Our continued growth depends on the support of a generous community.
Rogene Morge, President, Board of Directors
Habitat of Clay County