Kudos letters: Sept. 25, 2010 | TheUnion.com

Kudos letters: Sept. 25, 2010

Interfaith Food Ministry is grateful for our generous community and its support for our annual Postal Workers Food Drive. Our thanks also goes out to the postmasters and postal workers in western Nevada County who do this so cheerfully year after year and to our wonderful volunteers for driving, hauling, sorting and storing approximately 15,000 pounds of food.

An average of 2,600 families are provided with supplemental food each month at IFM and the need is increasing. Your generosity truly helps in our efforts to provide food to our clients over the winter months. Thank you!

Julie Carrara

Nevada City

Sierra Presbyterian Church sends a big thank you to The Union for the photo and coverage of our annual Labor Day Yard Sale. We also appreciate all those in the community who contributed items to the sale and helped to sort, price and organize the multitude of goods. People were able to purchase furniture, clothing, household goods, electronics, books, sporting equipment and more at minimal prices. Even though individual items were inexpensive, because hundreds turned out to shop, enough money was raised to enable us to continue our support of local ministries such as Hospitality House, Interfaith Food Ministries, Livingwell Clinic and Emergency Assistance Coalition. By working together as a community, shoppers enjoyed bargains; and we are able to provide help to those around us. God bless everyone involved!

Selma Wright

Clerk of Session, Sierra Presbyterian Church

Grass Valley

I would like to thank Sports Editor Brian Hamilton for the coverage he gave the Little League World Series through the e-mails I was sending to my mailing list each day of the Tournament.

Brian was able to published all of the daily notes along with some pictures that I sent. It was really great, upon my return to Grass Valley, to see how many individuals I touched by my daily notes. Most of the comments I have received have been how folks felt they were there taking the ride with me. Thanks Brian for giving so many this opportunity.

Jerry Westfall

Grass Valley

To the very kind man in the Grocery Outlet parking lot about three weeks ago: Thank you so much for your donation of several boxes of Kettle Korn. We were able to bless many needy families and homeless people because of your generosity. It is random acts of kindness such as this that make us all smile.

Thank you,

Connie Watson

Rough and Ready

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