Letters to the Editor – July 22, 2015
Event proceeds fund all scholarships once again
Despite there being at least four major Wisconsin events happening at the very same weekend and time of this event, there were still plenty of diehard supporters, donors, performers and volunteers that made our event a success… as well as a most wonderful entertainment venue.
Heartfelt thanks to everyone who donated to this event and these scholarships, whether it was in-kind or monetary donations, or whether it was to come out to support our event and our cause! Without that incredible generosity, and all the dedication, time and musical gifts offered by our performers and our volunteers, none of this would be possible!! So, endless thanks to all of you who played a role in funding or executing this most meaningful scholarship funding source!! Because of all of you, our 2015 MHS graduate scholarship recipients and their families, as well as all cancer families in our community, know we are all behind them, and will continue to support them and recognize all the most difficult experiences they’ve endured…and survived! So, from our family, and on behalf of all our Remembering Kyle Memorial Scholarship families, we thank you all…and hope to see everyone there with us again, next year!
Beth Anne Rekowski
The sanctity of our flower “prayer” garden, by our home on Park Avenue, has been disturbed. This garden is dedicated to our three deceased parents by painted rocks with their names inscribed on them: Eldred, Earl and Gert. Two angel statues and two painted rocks, white with black letters inscribing ‘friends’ and ‘Gert’ have been removed. The value of the items are immaterial. The meaning behind them are precious. It would be greatly appreciated if these items are returned. In advance, thank you!
Dennis and Jocelynn Weber