Kudos to volunteers

I would just like to express my appreciation to all the volunteers who give their all to make community functions successful

Editor, The Times:

I would just like to express my appreciation to all the volunteers who give their all to make community functions successful.

This came to me while observing volunteers working so hard to make it a successful event at the provincial softball championships. I noticed this more while watching the provincials held the weekend before last and it made me want to express my greatest thanks to all volunteers. Not just this function, but all functions such as put on by Elks, Legion, Ladies Auxiliary and this is just to mention a few, for there are many more.

I am going to withhold my name, not because I’m shy, but because I think it should be signed by all who benefit from it; the community.

Thank you volunteers, ever so much. Jobs well done

 

Name withheld

 

 

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