Kingman Letters of Thanks: Monday, October 31, 2011

On Oct. 8, people and businesses from around the community showed their love and support of local patients and families dealing with cancer. The first annual Kingman Zumba Party was a huge success, with over 150 attendees and raising over $3,800. Our success was due to the hard work of many friends and the generous donations of our sponsors.

Big thanks to High Desert Radiologists, Tropicana Express, River Palms, Lombardo's, Hot Rod Café, Cerbat Lanes, Hoagie Hut, Brenden Theaters, Peace Love Yogurt, Daniel Brown, Hot Locks, Melissa Sullivan of Well Woman, Coca-Cola, Safeway, Focus Salon, Hualapai Subway, Wash Me, Smith's, Hualapai Kwik Stop, Echo Storage, Daylene Roberts of Zen Salon, Dr. Monson, Dr. Olson, Slightly High Maintenance, Pureveda, Superior Tire, FYI, The Home Depot, Just For Families/Kids Dentistry and, of course, the Del Webb Wellness and Rehabilitation Center.

Also, a special thanks to KUSD No. 20 and Hualapai Elementary for hosting the event and Windswept Images for photographing the event.

Can't wait to do it all again!

Laura Mata

Kingman

I would like to thank everyone who was involved in the Vietnam Moving Wall. I was honored to be a part of the name readings and treated with such respect as a handicapped grandma. It was the most moving and beautiful experience I have been involved in.

I hope many came to see this honorable mention to those who gave their lives for us. Keep up the good work and keep the Wall moving on.

Carol Daley

Kingman

I want to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to everyone who organized and contributed to the fundraiser and raffle on my behalf, especially my friends and co-workers at the Victim/Witness Program.

I am overwhelmed by the generosity and kindness of people in our community. I eagerly look forward to getting back to work as a volunteer once I have recovered from my operation.

Again, we want to thank all of you for your thoughtfulness.

Barbara and Raymond Shifflet

Kingman

Scissor Hands Salon recently held a day of raffles to benefit the Kingman Cancer Care Unit and raised over $1,200 for our unit. We would like to say thank you to Lori and her staff for their "Think Pink" day and all of their efforts on our behalf.

It is groups like this that make it possible for us to keep helping our cancer patients in their fight against the disease.

The unit would also like to thank all of those who supported Lori and her staff in their fundraising efforts because without your contributions and help, their efforts would not realize the rewards that they were able to obtain.

Thank you all again for your continued support of our organization.

Phyllis Eaton

Secretary, KCCU