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Kudos letters: Feb. 4, 2010

I wish to thank everyone who donated money, items for garage sales, and those who simply took the time to acknowledge me during my recent battle with an incurable cancer. I wish I could mention each person or business individually.

I am in awe of the generosity of this community and would never have been able to make my share of cost payments without their help. I feel very blessed to live in Grass Valley and will be eternally grateful to all who gave so freely, especially in the hard financial times this country is going through.

Jeanie Withers-Berg



Grass Valley

We give lots of thanks and love to a Nevada City worker who assisted us by talking us though putting on our chains Jan. 20. Thanks, thanks, thanks and more thanks! AAA wouldn’t even walk us through it. Thanks for being our snow angel. Peace and love from girls stuck in the snow,




Emma Reagan, Alli Stiner and Kari Manyak

Grass Valley

On Friday night, Jan. 15, my daughter had an unfortunate accident. We had to call for the ambulance and I want to thank the Penn Valley unit that came. They were awesome and so kind to my daughter, who was hurt and embarrassed. There was Bob and Nick and – I think – Brian. (I did not get names in all the confusion and stress, but we are very lucky to have these guys.)

Thanks again, guys. You know who you are and will always be special in my heart. Please remember all our firefighters and ambulance guys in your prayers; they are the best.

Sandy Conyers

Penn Valley

I would like to thank the person who anonymously returned $200 cash and statements via mail. They were lost in the Raley’s parking lot on Jan. 18. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

C. Christy

Penn Valley


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