Keith Antonson: Thanks for generosity, help on Thanksgiving
For most of us, Thanksgiving is a day that we spend time with our families and give thanks for our many blessings.
Once again, some very special residents of Craig came forward and have generously given of their time, money and efforts. Your thoughtfulness made Thanksgiving a very memorable holiday for the senior citizens residing at or visiting Sunset Meadows.
For many residents, you were the blessing on Thanksgiving Day.
In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, the senior citizens received food baskets from our local food bank, and a special holiday meal was prepared by the Sunset Meadows staff.
On behalf of the senior citizens, I would like to thank those of you who were involved in the planning, preparation and hard work surrounding these activities. Your effort is very much appreciated and does not go unnoticed.
In addition, a special thank you is extended to Doug and Patty Davis of Edward Jones Investments, as well as Vicki Burns of Brass Key Realty. It would have been difficult for Sunset Meadows to provide such a meal without your kind and generous donations.
We also would like to offer sincere appreciation to all of you who left the comfort of your homes on Thanksgiving Day to serve a holiday meal to the senior citizens at Sunset Meadows. Again, on behalf of the senior citizens, I would like to thank the David and Sue Harless family, the church family at Calvary Baptist Church, the small group from the First Baptist Church and all of the family and friends who volunteered their time and talents.
With so much pain and suffering in the news, it certainly is comforting to know that we live in a community that is so generous and thoughtful. We are truly amazed and grateful for our caring, giving community.
Moffat County Housing Authority
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