PWK sale thanks

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I want to personally thank all the people who participated in the inaugural Project Whitefish Kids Trash and Treasures Sale at the Smith Fields, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Whitefish. The event raised a substantial amount of money to help maintain the Smith Fields, which enhances the fun and helps maintain the park as one of the finest in the state. There were literally hundreds of folks who donated things to sell, came out to buy, or worked on the event to make it a great success. The list of people who helped to make this a success would be too many to mention them all, but special thanks to Project Whitefish Kids, Rotary Club of Whitefish members, and Whitefish Soroptomist for all their help. You all did more than we could have hoped.

If you missed the event, you’ll have another chance next year.

Joe Basirico

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