Letter of thanks: Mickey Harris

The Mack Family would like to not only thank players and local merchants for support, but commend everyone for their participation and enthusiasm whether playing or their donation/support of the Fifth Annual Nite Lite Golf Tournament. It was held in memory of Holly Mack and the Fight Against Violence that sponsors the Kingman High School girl's golf team. It was a tremendous success and a lot of fun!

We are excited to present a donation to the Lady Bulldogs for team uniforms and other needs. It's your support in events like these that give students encouragement. It's an honor for Kingman to be represented by our two state players this year, Bekah VanKirk and Mariah Sammeli. We also did so well with community support, we were able to sponsor and donate to our local abuse shelter and advocacy program (Kingman Aid to Abused People - KAAP). It is the community support of Kingman that we should all be proud of, it's what makes our town great.

Many thanks to: Stockton Hill Tire, Calico's Restaurant, Top This Salon (Raeshel Lucero), Mandarin Orchid House, Tan-N-Things, Mystic Myrtle's (Kari Layne), Cerbat Lanes, Bit of Heaven (Victoria Cope), Diamond Brothers, Kingman Daily Miner, Black Bridge Brewery, Ray and Anne Riley, Acton Family, Budget Blinds, Innovative Stoneworks, Slightly High Maintenance Salon, Venture Club, Kelly Bradley with Family Dentistry by Design, Sy Granillo, Dr. Paul Williams, Dr. and Billie Tedesco and Oyster's Restaurant for support and a great dinner for players and other supporters. There were several others who made monetary donations that preferred to remain unnamed. Thank you Haley Bradley, of Cerbats Cliffs Golf Course, for your unending knowledge, support and friendship

Mickey Harris

Kingman