Letters, Camden Herald
A PAWS thank you
We want to thank everyone who so willingly and happily offered to bake cookies for the P.A.W.S. fundraiser at High Mountain Hall on Nov. 29. The cookie sale went very well and raised more than $660. The cookies were delicious and looked beautiful. Your participation will help our wonderful animals until they transition into their own loving, warm and accepting homes.
Thank you to our cookies bakers: Ellen Barnes, Susan Blake, Terry Bunger, Barbara Cizmazija, Donna Crane, Susan Crovo, Pam Elliott, Audra Geisler, Donna Hasal, Audrey Moody, Kaylee Osgood, Margaret Ravenhurst, Maureen Richards, Linda Rondin, Sharon Sallinen, Suzanne Scott, Anna Lee Skaar, Carolyn Small, Paulette Speara, Lois Sprague, Judith Tarbox, Nancy Thompson, Lori Van Dusen, Connie White and Priscilla Wood.
Chairman, P.A.W.S. Cookie Committee
A historical thank you
The Camden-Rockport Historical Society would like to thank everyone in the community who made our Victorian open house on Christmas by the Sea weekend such a success. To all those who braved the cold to visit the Conway House and the Cramer Museum and to those businesses and organizations who have recently made generous donations — Jackson Landscaping for grounds improvements and maintenance, Marriner's for driveway material, Rockport Steel for repair work, Hoboken Gardens for Christmas wreaths and West Bay Rotary Club for Christmas trees at a discount, we thank you all and wish everyone a joyous holiday season.
Thank you 'berry' much
The Rockport Garden Club would like to express our deep appreciation to every one who made our Holly Berry Fair such a great success. To our devoted, hard working members, to the Opera House for allowing us to use the larger upper level , and to you, the public, who supported us with a tremendous turn out.
This was by far our most magnificent and profitable Holly Berry Fair, thanks to all who contributed and supported our cause.
Publicity for RGC