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... for the gift
On behalf of the women and children we serve, AWARE would like to extend deep appreciation to the Juneau Glacier Valley Rotary Club. In honor of outgoing president Max Mertz, Glacier Valley Rotary Club made a financial donation to the AWARE Children's Program. This enables us to purchase a children's puppet theater and numerous books to help teach children about personal safety, communications skills and enhancement of self-esteem.
This gift will provide AWARE with an improved prospect of reaching these children, who have been exposed to domestic violence or sexually abusive situations. Improving the quality of life for the children of our community is an admirable contribution. AWARE is very grateful that the Glacier Valley Rotary Club honored AWARE in conjunction with their outgoing president, Max Mertz.
Cydney Boyer, volunteer coordinator, AWARE
... for being there
I would like to thank my granddaughters, Lynette Joubert and Bertha Horton, and daughter, Elizabeth Waters, for being the caregivers for my brother, Alfred Horton Sr. from beginning to the end.
I would also like to thank my wife, Martha Horton, and my daughter, Bertha F. Horton, for helping make it possible for me to travel to see my brother before and after he passed away in April 2003.
I would like to thank the following family and friends of my brother who stood by me at my brother's service: nieces Jerry Horton, Carol Martin of Juneau and Rosie Howard of Anchorage; my cousin, Ruth Lokke of Juneau; and thank you to the guy from American Legion Post 31 of Yakutat who served in World War II with my brother. Thank you for being there.
I would also like to thank my other daughters, Brenda White and Doris Kindred, for traveling from Washington.
Other family members present were my daughters, Laverne Stone and her family and Elizabeth Waters; my sons, Gary Horton and Rick Horton and his family; and my granddaughters, Lynette Joubert and her family, Charlotte Waters and Bertha Ann Horton and her family.
A big thank you to all the following who made money donations: My niece, Rosie Howard of Anchorage; Al McKinley; Frances Marvin; granddaughter, Charlotte Waters, the assistant manager of the Anchorage Hilton Hotel; the staff of the Anchorage Hilton Hotel; Tlingit and Haida Community Council; the Juneau ANB Camp No. 2; Emma and Jerry Horton; Penny Coronell; Carol Martin; Ruth and Kathy Lokke; Annabell Revels of Anchorage; and Laverne and Joel Stone of Anchorage.
I would also like to thank all the friends and family for all their prayers and support, and to all family and friends who could not make the service on short notice who also kept in touch with me. Thank you again to everyone who helped me make this possible and to anyone else I may have left out. Thank you, everyone. I appreciate all the help during this very difficult time.
William S. Horton Sr., brother to Alfred Horton Sr.
... for the support
This is a long overdue thank you letter to all the generous people that have supported us during our adventures in treating my breast cancer.
We have been overwhelmed and awed by the outreach from our community. It is impossible to thank everyone in this venue, but we would like to mention a few who were instrumental in organizing a fund-raiser for our benefit: Adrienne Reynolds, Brad Campbell, Bill Janes, Eve Reckley, Scott and Stefanie Marnon, Tonja Moser, Di Johnson, Shane and Susan Quigley, Rick Kaufman, Jeff Brown, Norma Strickland, Dale Goznell and Lise Paradis, Pauline Higdon and the Craig family.
We would like to extend our appreciation and thanks to everyone who donated items to the fund-raiser as well as to the Hangar for donating the ballroom for the event.
A special thanks to Kim Frangos, who has diligently managed organizing dinners for us, and all of you who have prepared the wonderful dinners. Having a few dinners prepared for us has been a tremendous help.
We want to thank our co-workers at the City and Borough of Juneau for their patience and generosity during this crisis.
We want to thank my team of caregivers for the amazing support, constant availability and dedicated vigilance to my care: Dr. Emily Kane, Dr. Bob Urata, and Dr. Sandra Tatro. A special thanks to the compassionate and resourceful women at Bartlett Regional Hospital's Infusion Therapy Clinic, Tamara Simone-Collins, RN and Sue Morin. There are, of course, many more to thank than can be acknowledged here, but please know we are very appreciative of your thoughtful care.
There is no expression of thanks, appreciation and gratitude that we could write that acknowledges how each of you has touched our lives. We are confident that it is with all of your support, enthusiasm and encouragement that we will successfully fight against this disease.
Helen, Brian and Ronan Davies
... for the help
A huge thank you to the people who worked so hard to make Girl Scout Zink the Zebra Day Camp so successful: Our Juneau Girl Scout Community Coordinator, Maggie Stumme, for all the planning and behind the scenes work; the camp staff, Andy Peterson, Gail Ford, Ann Chandonnet, Jane Spicciani, Kristy Tibbles, Rachel Sanders, Kimberly Vaughan, Windy Spargo, Liz Lenden, and Dianna Roberts Khan; our special helpers, Kris Kearns , Terry Lutz, Lesley Thompson, Teresa Newton, Chrystal Smith, and Mary Siroky; the citizens of the City and Borough of Juneau (our camp was funded in part by the Youth Activity Grant); and Kelly Weil, a little girl who gave life to Zink the Zebra.
Thanks to the congregation of the Church of Christ of Latter -day Saints. You blessed us with your fabulous facility.
And finally, a round of applause for Grayline Holland-America. We couldn't have done it with out you.
Director of Program and Membership
Tongass Alaska Girl Scout Council
... for the support
The Harborview Parent/Teacher Association would like to thank the following businesses for their support of events for the parents, staff and students of Harborview Elementary School. The activities that bring our school community closer together would not be possible without their generous donations. Thank you to Heritage Coffee Company & Cafe, Alaskan & Proud, Breeze In Grocery, Silverbow Bakery, McDonald's, Costco and Fred Meyer. You have made this a memorable year for our students.