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Thank you for valuable support

On behalf of the Snoqualmie Police Reserves and the Snoqualmie Department of Public Safety-Police Division, I would like to recognize and thank the following businesses and persons for all their help during our recent raffle and fund drive that helped us purchase our second dual-sport motorcycle.

The raffle prizes, cash and time donated by the following businesses and people show their dedication to public safety in Snoqualmie and the surrounding area.

Thank you, Adair Truman and Adair's on the Green Restaurant, Michael Lee and Kimball Creek Inn, formerly the Honey Farm Inn, Patsy Sanders and Wade Cook Financial Corp., Ken Johnston and Glacier Northwest, Sam Johnson and the Salish Lodge and Spa, Pete Speltz and the Pepsi Bottlers Group, Matt Campbell and Mount Si Golf Course, Ellen Krush, Wesley Sisk and Nintendo of America Inc., Korrin Hanson and Phillips Oral Healthcare, Heidi Houser and Starbucks Coffee, Linda Gardner and the Factory Stores at North Bend, Keith Schwope and Super Rent, Brett Fladseth and I-90 Motorsports, Wayne Clark and the North Bend McDonald's, Rob Rose and Len Bordeaux of Brant Photographers Inc., Jessica Hart and Echo Ridge Apartment Homes, Tim McGannon and Joel Rohrers of DPR Construction, Leonard Hess and Key Bank, Dick Carmichael and Carmichael True Value Hardware, Ed Vetter and Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Co., Tom Weber and Weber Construction, Tracy and Ken Moore and Moore Fire Protection, Darla Kohlruss and the North Bend Party Patrol, Alan and Michael Bateman at Financial Consultants International (FCI), Jerry Moe and Alpine Coachworks, Wes and Sharon Sorstokke and the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory, Maple Valley Fitness and the Valley Record and staff.

I would especially like to thank all of you who purchased and or sold raffle tickets. Without your support, this program would not have become a reality.


Derek Kasel

Sergeant, Snoqualmie Department of Public Safety-Police Division

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