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Letter to the Editor: Hot August Nights a success

We had a smaller turn out but it was a very generous crowd. We cannot thank everyone who came enough. We would like to thank the folks who donated prizes for the live auction, silent auction and raffle.  We were able to raise more than $2,000 for school supplies and scholarships for the Santiam Canyon School District. We had a great dinner cooked and served by our wonderful volunteers. Live music was provided by the Renee Hill Band. This was their first time with us and the crowd loved them.  

We want to thank the following folks for their generous donations: Franks Pellets, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Oregon Shakespearean Festival, Out West Feed, Bill Noble Enterprise, Siegmunds, Philomath Timber Supply, Rick and Cindy Wells, Jeff and Micah Keto, Willamette Valley Vineyard, Pentacle Theater, D&W Automotive, and Amsoil Products (Steve B). If I missed anyone I apologize. 

We also have to thank our volunteers, as these events would not happen with out them: Lisa Folis, Charles and Rhonda Johnston, Jay Steinbaugh, Penny Keen, Gina Brewster, Gregg and Jessie Thummel, Nichole Cooper, Lance and Kathy Williams, Bob and Lynn Yates, Kevin Muniz, Mike Payseno and Micah Keto. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart  I could not have done this without you.

Sherri Caldwell

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