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Letter: VFW grateful for parade support

To the editor:

To all the citizens of Craig, I would like to Thank a big, big Thank You for all the support that was shown on the 4th of July.

Also all the patriotism shown. It all made for a really nice 4th of July parade.

The BBQ at Veterans Park was a big hit with 1,800 plus people served.

I would also like to give a big Thank You to all whom took the time and effort to make the floats. I know it takes time and effort to make the floats. I know it takes a lot of work to build and there were many good floats.

Also a big Thank You to all the other entrants for the time taken for cars, trucks tractors etc.

To our police force for the time that is taken to organize shutting streets and keep traffic flowing, also city employees setting up signs and placing traffic cones. Thank You fire department for what you do for our community and attending the parade.

Now a kudos to all the sponsors who gave to this parade and V.F.W. Lots of food was given and monetary payments made so the BBQ could be put on for the public for free.

We had great music by local bands that donated their time. I

Thank You!

I personally Thank all that gave.. You know who you are. The silent ones, but your actions speak loud.

Sorry it took so long to give Thanks to all, but I have had a busy schedule.

That’s all I can say about being late to Thank everyone. See you again next year.

Johnny Garcia

Post 4265 V.F.W. Chaplin

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