Seniors appreciate help
To the Editor,
The intent of this letter is to convey to the many caring people and business concerns in Weirton and neighboring communities our sincere gratitude for their tremendous support of the 2013 King and Queen Card Party of the Greater Weirton Senior Citizens Center. We are a non-county senior center, so our funding for operations depends on our fundraising events and the support from our community.
In addition to the many individuals and business concerns that donated either money or merchandise, or both, our senior center also extends sincere appreciation to the Tri-State Area community for all their support to our Weirton Senior Center.
A special thanks to the following financial or door prize donors: Kroger, Washington Wild Things, Tudor’s Biscuit World, Gus’s Goodies, Dee-Jays Ribs, First Choice FCU, Newbrough Photo, Ferguson Tire, Riesbeck’s, Sheila’s Place, Brooke County Magistrate Robin Snyder, Barb Thompson, Fairfield Suites, Burgettstown Senior Center, Follansbee Rite-Aid, Peg Sweeney, Ponderosa, Mountaineer Casino, Rose Clark, Blakemoor Insurance, Hair We Are, Ruth Sperry, Barb McCoy, Monro Muffler, Mary Lou Bickerstaff, Becky Gilkey, Helen Morris, Carol Jackson, Tri-State Pharmacy, Brooke Hills Park, Ameriwash, Barb Libengood, Merco Marine, Wal-Mart, Barbara Newman, Toni Grishkevich, Lauttaumus Communications, Eat ‘n Park, Raggi Home, Tender Car Wash, Shop ‘n Save, Flo Orban, Amerilube, Eileen Mrvos, Valley Hospice, the Laurels, Carolin Hill, Mary Lou Bickerstaff, Valley Hospice and JAAAG.
Wyngate donated the chicken salad and croissants and Carriage Inn donated the macaroni salad and the desserts were made by Libby Messerly, Barb Thompson, Kathleen Horvath, Carolyn Hill, Cindy Gilbert and Cathy Kompardo-Zeiler.
Again, a special “thank you” to all that made this a great fundraiser
Senior Cener Coordinator