Hamper Appeal wrap up report

The generosity of the community, with the assistance of Kitamaat Village and Terrace donations,...

Luella Froess

Hamper Appeal publicity chairman

The generosity of the community, with the assistance of Kitamaat Village and Terrace donations, pushed the final 2011 Hamper Appeal total to $48,882.57 – by far the highest ever.

These are donations that didn’t make it into our last column:  P&M Middleton $100; T&M Nyce $200; Rotary Club of Kitimat $120; Envision Financial Staff $250; Kitimat Chamber of Commerce $200; Nechako School Grade 7 Class $156.09; Ko Yo Development $4,995.75; R&L Mueller $500; Kitimat LNG $500; K Douglas $50; International Brotherhood Electrical Workers $330; IRS Independent Respiratory Service $150; J Thorne $100; L Gibson $225; J Harnadek $50; S Krahn $10; M McDonald $100; D&J Rego $50; M&J Rego $50, B.C. Master Blaster $71.33; M Campbell $35; I Thomschke $50; Anonymous $20; Haisla Nation Council $1,000 and Astral Media $111.

Thank you to Sheila Reeves for sending in the December 28 article.

Once again thank you all and may 2012 continue to be a year filled with many blessings and all that is good.

A final thank you to all the media for all your support, especially Malcolm Baxter with whom we have had a fantastic working relationship for many years and who will be retiring in the coming weeks.

 

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