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Opinion Letters Thanks to sponsors of Relay survivor dinner

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support and generosity in helping provide services and donations for our Relay for Life of Highlands Survivor Dinner held on August 2, 2011.

Alcon Labs, American Cancer Society, Beiersdorf, Bi- Lo’s, Blue Laser Group, Center for Plastic Surgery, Christopher T. Dyer, Costco, Highlands Dermatology, Ingles, Kerr Drug, Kodak, Macon Bank, Main Street Pharmacy, McDonalds, McGee Dermatology, Norsdstrom, Center for Plastic Surgery, Sams Club, Subway of Highlands, The Candy Store, Toccoa Dermatology, Wachovia Bank, Wal-Mart, and Whole Market Foods.

Delectable desserts and menu provided by August Produce, Cashiers Farmers Market, Cyprus Restaurant, Fressers Eatery, Highlands Falls Country Club, Lakeside Restaurant, Madison’s, Mountain Fresh, Nick’s, Paoletti’s Restaurant, Rosewood Market, Sweet Treats, and Wolfgangs On Main.

Every morsel of Joel Porter’s dinner was scrumptious. The desserts arrived safely due to Bob Tietze, Dale and Janey Sticka.

First Presbyterian Church’s, Reverend Dr. Lee Bowman, Dick Hill and Session, Jennifer Creswell, Kyle Clark, Betty Fisher, Wilda Boyette, Pat Boyd for their generosity, many hours of hard work, and dedication. Thank you to Mary Jo Askew, Kitty Byers, Mary Ann Creswell, Betty Fisher, Martha Hunter, Hilda Patrick, Gena Smith, Janey and Dale Sticka, and Carol Strunk for greeting, hosting, and kitchen detail.

What an uplifting and inspirational message our guest speakers Paula Jones, Coach Butch Smart, Dr. Patti Wheeler, and Sue Airy gave.

Rebecca White’s exciting music style perfectly complemented the evening.

I especially want to express a very heartfelt thank you to our Relay for Life of Highlands Survivor Committee. Stephanie Griffin, Christy Kelly, and Colleen Fogel’s desire was to honor our cancer survivors, their caregivers, and individuals in treatment. What a spectacular evening and one that will be remembered!

Heather Magnum — Highlands, N.C.





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