Britni Alexander: ‘A+ for a job well done’
To the editor:
I wanted to send out a thank you to all whom were involved in any process of the Substance Abuse Prevention Program.
Not only were SAPP ticket sales for a good cause, but it didn’t forget to acknowledge all the children who sold the most.
A special thanks to the ones who participated in recognition of the children who sold the most from each school.
The children really enjoyed the breakfast and then receiving their prize.
Most of all, I want to thank those police officers that gave the kids rides back to school.
I know that was the most exciting thing for my child. So thank you all, and you deserve an A+ for a job well done.
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