Nursery School Halloween Carnival

Helpful spooks selling tickets at the Nursery School Halloween Carnival.

Nursery school Halloween Carnival a success

From Miss Aly Keyes

Weaverville Parent Nursery School

Weaverville Parent Nursery School would like to thank our sponsors and community partners for their donations, time and support that made our annual Children’s Halloween Carnival a success! The event held Oct. 26 at Weaverville Elementary School provided fun games and prizes for all those who attended.

We would like to thank Holiday Market, Trinity County Arts Council, Trinity Together, Trinity Little League, The Floor Store, Susie’s Bakery, Trinity Preparatory Academy Game Changers, Jolene Edwards of KinderKids Montessori School, multiple community members and the WPNS alumni families for their contributions. We are so fortunate to live in a community where everyone pulls together to lend a hand and provide safe and fun activities for our children.

The funds raised from this event will be used to enrich the learning environment for our students. We are so grateful for the community’s support.

Thank you!

Sincerely, the families of WPNS, Miss D’Arcy Geanakos and Miss Aly Keyes.

Church thanks donors

From Dorothy Mitchell

Committee Chairman

Coffee Creek Community Church sending a heartfelt thank you for generous donations of food, prizes and money to the following businesses and individuals who helped make our Fall Festival such a great success!

Holiday Market, Merchants’ Mall, CVS Pharmacy, Evergreen Feed, Amerigas, Burger King, Melinda Kirik’s Hair Salon, Ace Hardware, Big Valley Properties, Olson Stoneware, Tammy Lyons, Rhoda at Savory Thyme Farms, Trailhead Pizza, Coffee Creek Country Store, Josephine Dunham, Angela’s Beads, Trinity Animal Hospital, Terri Loretz, Jessica Kirkland, Dorothy Mitchell, Barry and Mary Bowen, Coffee Creek Community Church, Tri-County Home and Land and to my committee. Thanks again!

Early Bird Bazaar thanks

From the Golden Age Center

A special thanks goes out to all that helped make the Golden Age Center’s 20th annual Early Christmas Bazaar a success: Head Cook Chelsea Springer, board President Marie Dutcher-Dreyer, board member Linda Denmark, Mary Amon, Nancy Muir, Janet Taylor, Matt Johansing and Karen Woods.  Many hands make light work!

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