Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Letters to the Editor

October 30, 2013

Thanks for supporting Ladies Auxiliary

Oct. 30, 2013 —

The editor:

We would like to thank all of those who participated in the Ladies Auxiliary annual community cookout and silent auction on Saturday Sept. 7, 2013. To those members who prepared the food, gathered donations and helped organize this event; your contribution to making it a success is greatly appreciated. We also extend our gratitude to Mr. Ray Stephens, commander of Post 3705 for allowing us to have this event.

A sincere thank you goes out to the following businesses for their donations for the silent auction:

3rd Street Coffee, Adam’s Hardware, Bledsoe Auto Repair, Bush’s Ribbon Rose Florist, Clay Tires, Custom Pools, Danny Jessie Horse Shoeing, De Ja Vu Hair Designers, Dyer’s Big Sandy, Fantastic Sam’s, Farmers Hardware, Fields Flowers, Flowers By Jeanie, Giovanni’s Pizza, Global Tanning

Grayson Subway, Grayson Subway, Grayson Truck Accessories, Hamilton’s Furniture, Haney’s Jewelry, Hay Mart, Home Spun Sisters, Horton Bros & Brown, Huddle House, James Family Outfitters, James’ True Value, Johnny’s Pizza, Kentucky Automotive, Lighthouse Frames & Gallery, Long John Silvers

Mama Hazel’s Bakery, Manning Furniture, My Splendid Home, Pizza Hut, Ralph’s Food Fair, Rent to Own, Rupert’s Department Store, Sally’s Flowers & Gifts, Sandy’s Flowers & Gifts, Serenity (Sherry’s) Hair Salon, Stampers Carpet, Sylvia’s Hair Design, Tackett’s Furniture, Teresa’s Hair Salon, Top Ten Video, Tres Hermanas, Tropical Nails, Tyler’s Pizza and Wilma’s Dress Shop.

Charlene Bryant

Ladies Auxiliary President

Olive Hill

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