...for your generosity.
The staff and residents of Wildflower Court hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Lunch as well as the annual Wildflower Court Open House this June.
Thanks so much to our generous friends from the community who continue to show that they care. You really enhance our lives.
WildFlower Court staff, residents
...for your kindness.
I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to the kindness of the construction workers with the roads all dug up and holes all over the place on Gastineau Avenue. They would help you by taking you home by throwing you in the truck like a sack of tatters or gently setting you down in their fork lift, which ever you chose. I'd advise you not to choose the gravel truck, the fork lift has only one draw back, you might have to wash your clothes and take a shower, but it lifts you right to the door and gives you curb service with that. And I want to thank the gentleman there who saw me sprain my ankle. He stopped to help me after a long day's work to see if I needed any help and he asked me where I was going. I told him I was going to pay a bill and going to the drug store to pick up some medication, and then he offered to help me and I gratefully accepted the help. He opened the back of his station wagon, tossed me in like a sack of tatters again and ever so gently sat my dog in the front seat. He took me downtown and did my errands for me, even went out of his way to take me back home and threw me over his shoulders and packed me up the steps, and set me down and ever so kindly said, "If there's anything we can do for you let me know." And on behalf of Gastineau Avenue residents we thank them from the bottom of our hearts for the patience with us pedestrians, getting in their way walking up and down the street, getting in their way while they're digging holes and stuff. You guys are doing a great job up here, thank you very much.
Evelyn Hatmaker and Bruno
...for your help.
On behalf of Donna Christopherson, we would like to thank the following people for their assistance with her medical emergency; the Capital City Fire and Rescue, the Juneau Police Department, Dr. Ludwig and other emergency room staff at BRH, and the medivac nurses and pilots. She survived this emergency and is doing fine. Our gratitude to all of you is endless. Thanks so much.
Kim Christopherson and Ed Ezrre