Opinion

Volunteers made toy drive a success

I would like to personally thank some special people for their

efforts to raise money for our toy drive this year. We held a dance at Chief

Kanim Middle School on Dec. 1 and raised over $1,000. Then on Dec. 15, we

held a dance at Mount Si High School and raised nearly $800. This money

allowed us to purchase gifts for children in the age groups that had not

been provided for by gift donations.

The music and entertainment were provided for free by the Wildcat

Production Club from Mount Si. Snoqualmie police officers Chris

Todd and Rich Bundschuh donated their time by supervising our dance

at Mount Si, and brought in a big box of toys! The Key Club Toy Drive

Dance leaders Andrew Ward and Zach Gore did an outstanding job of

organizing the events.

The Fall City Family Grocer, the Wards and the North Bend QFC

donated the pop and ice for the events. And a special thanks to our

chaperones: Loise, Anne, PJ, Hal, Steven, Sherry, Nancy, Keith, Kathy,

Lorinda, Agata, Doug, Greg, Nancy, Kim and others.


Joe Dockery

Mount Si High School

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