I wish to thank you Linda Riddick and the Miner for the article about the 5-gallon bucket.
I have had some very good peppers for my eggs and dinner. People helping each other; it's great and very American.
Thank you again.
Now that we have been back to school for almost a month, Kingman High School wants to thank the following individuals, clubs, businesses, and organizations for their donations to our school:
Nancy Evans, Denise Cunningham, Linda Bernard, Deanna M. Nelson Insurance Agency, Mission Bank, Margaret Hughes, Anne Riley, Mohave Community Federal Credit Union, Kathy Pelham, Linus Project, Powerhouse Kiwanis, Venture Club, Bonnie Willett and the teachers/staff at KHS who wish to remain anonymous.
If we missed anyone it wasn't intentional. Items have been brought to our school without any names. Thank you all for the school supplies and school uniforms. Your generosity has been overwhelming and greatly appreciated. Thank you for caring about our students! You've made the start of the school year much easier for our under-privileged students.
Girlie Lopez Forman
Kingman High School
Student Assistance Office
I would like to thank all businesses that gave to the Kid's Closet. Here are some of the businesses that really helped: Walmart, Staples, Proud Mary and Paws. Also, Black Mountain Elementary School for letting us hold the event at the school.
On Sept. 17, 2011, we will be holding a give-away of clothes and shoes. We would like to thank D&D Auto, 5433 Highway 68, as that is where it will be held. Also on Sept. 17, we will be having a fundraiser for the kid's Christmas with canned goods and toys that are always welcome. A big thank you to Denny Smith and Ken Bqurlier for the use of their lots.
Friend and President of The Kid's Closet
I would like to say thank you to Wright Veterinary Service. They were professional, courteous, and understanding, and they responded quickly when I called them to my house.
They handled the situation with care, and while I still mourn the loss of Bessy, whom I'd had for many years, they made a difficult decision easier to bear, and I commend them for it.
My name is Elijah and I am 10-years-old. I want to say thank you to the lady that turned in my DSLite game console into the lost and found at Kingman Walmart on Saturday, Aug. 28.
My mom said that I would always remember what it was like to almost lose something that I valued and the great feeling I had when it was returned to me. And she was right!
My husband and I would like to say a huge thank you for the kindness of Dr. Glass and his son for towing us out of the desert after we broke down.
Kingman should be proud to have a chiropractor like Dr. Glass who will help strangers. Thank you very much.
Jim and Cindy Humphrey