Community support appreciated

Letter to the Editor.

  • Friday, October 3, 2008 4:26am
  • Opinion

The Mount Si Grad Night 2000 Committee would like to thank all

who made this year’s fund-raising effort such a great success. The hard

work of the many individuals involved, as well as their dedication in

planning and participating in the fund raisers held, insured that we were able to

keep the individual cost per student at a reasonable amount.

And to our many community corporate sponsors _ QFC, Safari

Pizza, Les Schwab, Safeway, Weyerhaeuser, Destiny by Design Tanning

Salon, Blimpie’s of North Bend, Mt. Si Chevron, Crackin’ Music,

Georgio’s, Jeweler’s Bench West, Rialto’s, Frankie’s Pizza, Great Outdoors,

Sterling Savings Bank, Pure Balance, Sassy Shear Designs,

Washington Mutual, Dr. Jim Browing, Napa Auto Parts, Appearance Plus, Jay

Berry’s, Dr. Kerry Bailey, Pizza Place, Texaco, Adair’s on the Green, Scott’s

Dairy Freeze, Mount Si Golf Course, Mountain Valley Office, Twisted Tunes

CDs, and Cascade Golf Course _ you all have shown your loyal willingness

to support our community by helping us to provide a safe, fun and

memorable graduation night.

We are so grateful for all your generous support. Thank you all.

We know that our community will repay you with their continued faithful


Congratulations, love and best wishes to all of the Class of 2000.

It was a night to remember.


Fall City

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