Letter to the editor
Thank you to community for...
August 24, 2011 - 3-Day support
Team "Finish or Bust" would like to thank everyone who participated in the Susan G. Komen Golf for the Cure golf outing on June 25th, 2011 at Oxford Hills Golf Club benefiting the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure. Tim Kalohn and the entire staff at Oxford Hills were tremendous to work with and the following hole sponsors and prize donors, also, helped to make this fundraiser a huge success.
Our hole sponsors included: Innovative Benefit Solutions, Strength Capital Partners, State Farm-Donna McCloskey, John W. Stevenson, DDS, Custom Bookkeeping, Inc., James D. Williams, DDS, Vaughn Chiropractic, 24th Street Sports Tavern and Buffalo Wild Wings – Lake Orion.
Our prize donors included: Mesquite Creek, Hamlin Pub (Clarkston), Brioni Café and Deli, Tiffany at Pink the Salon, Hometown Pizza, Great Turtle Toys, Stir Crazy, Oxford Hills Golf Club, The Union Woodshop, Carl's Golfland, Buffalo Wild Wings, Binson's Home Healthcare, the Detroit Lions and the Detroit Red Wings.
Thank you, again, for your very kind and generous support.
Dawn Boisvert and Barb Wloch
Team 'Finish or Bust'
Scoops for Heart help
One of the many wonderful things about our Clarkston Community is that so many residents, organizations and businesses are willing to partner—even in times of economic hardship—for the greater good.
The Children's Heart Foundation was grateful to receive the support of Culver's of Clarkston and Oakland County Parks & Recreation as sponsors of the second annual Scoop for Hearts, a fund raiser benefiting children born with congenital heart defects.
On Tuesday, Aug. 16, hundreds gathered at Culver's where Oakland County Parks & Recreation provided giant inflatable to entertain families free of charge.
Through donations and Culver's charitable gift of 10 percent of food sales, $1,000 was raised for the non-profit.
A heartfelt thank you to our sponsors, partnering organizations, and to the many families who joined us in the spirit of giving.
Sally Powers, president,
Children's Heart Foundation -
Michigan Chapter in development