Letters to the Editor

Haunted House raised $5,000 raised for Friday Harbor Athletic Association

The Friday Harbor Athletic Association would like to thank the many volunteers, businesses and organizations that helped us net over $5,000 at our first annual Haunted House. We could not have pulled this off without the help from the following:

Callie and Dan McKay, Nate and Elisa Howard, Dave Allen, Valmark Inc, Magellan Webert, Island Sunrise Foundation,

Sharron Lowett, San Juan Community Theater, Tammy and Ed Ashcraft, Ace Hardware of Friday Harbor,

Petro San Juan, Browne Lumber, John Kurtz Painting, Friday Harbor Electric, Vanderyacht Propane,

Dan and Patty Tackles, San Juan Masonic Lodge No. 175, Larry’s Auto Body — Evelyn and Larry, Rivercomb,

Duncan Family, Friday Harbor Thrift House, Baisch Tree Service, San Juan Storage, Tommy Lawson Family,

Fred Yockers and Crew, Glenn Hargrove Excavation, Stacey Smith, Craig Dorsey, Central Welding Supply,

Kelby Anderson Plumbing, San Juan Island Cutthroat Pirates, Neil MacDiarmid, Mark Wynn, Shannon Dean,

Mike and Rose Seibert, Stephen Brandi, Chris and Sherry Lawson, Stacey Baker, Stacey Rude, Nash Family, Shannon Plummer,

Felix Menjivar, Ron Pritchard, Alec Voyles, Corrine Morrell, Toni O’Brad, Ben Duncan, Corey Schaller, Curly Stabler, Bristol Whalen, and George Iliff.

We apologize if we missed anyone; there were so many of you and we will make it up to you next year.

The FHAA operates programs and sports teams for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 17 in football, flag football, basketball, boxing, lacrosse, and cheerleading, and is currently developing the San Juan Island Community Ball Fields at the end of Carter Avenue. The FHAA is run entirely by volunteers and supported wholly through grants and donations.

Thanks again to the community and all of the volunteers!

Donny Galt
Friday Harbor Athletic Association board of directors

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