2017-09-10 / Viewpoints

Letters to the editor

Respite Volunteers say ‘thanks’ for golf scramble support

Dear Editor,

Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee wishes to thank Dan and Tracey Molnar of Corunna Hills Golf Course for hosting our Fourth Annual Golf Scramble benefit, held July 29.

We want to thank our $500 Major Sponsors: Memorial Healthcare, Jackie Hurd and Hemenway Business Services, Inc; $100 Golf Cart Sponsors: Carol Nama and Covenant Eyes; $100 Food and Drink Sponsors: Shattuck Specialty Advertising, Salander Agency Farm Bureau Insurance and Funxtional Fitness; $100 Tee Sponsors: Dave Minarik-Edward Jones, Tom Svrcek-Svrcek Farms, Randy Meder-VMD & Associates, PLLC, Lloyd & Wanda Lamphere, Funxtional Fitness, Sunburst Gardens Inc., Farm Bureau Kingsbury Agency, D & D Truck & Trailer Parts, Nelson-House Funeral Homes, A & B Lawn Care, Slingerland Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Fiat, Stacey Matthews-Perry Physical Therapy, Renee Fisher-Oakes-Fisher-Civille Insurance, Rebecca McClear-PLC-Attorney at Law, Peter Keay-Edward Jones, Harrand’s Party Stores, Michael Ardelean-CLH Insurance Agency and Dr. John and Joanne Morovitz

We also wish to express thanks for raffle prizes from the following: Shiawassee Family YMCA, Jim and Mary Slingerland, The Emerald, Pilgrim’s Run Golf Club, Owosso Country Club, Glenbrier Golf Course, The Sanderson Family, Riverview Dental, Jennifer Bower-Braxbees, Detroit Red Wings, NCG Neighborhood Cinema, Jumbo’s Burger Bar, Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc., Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Tanglewood Restaurant & Lounge, Gilbert’s Hardware Do It Best, Owosso Community Players, Sandy Underwood, Carol Nama, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum, Longway Planetarium, Pam Giffei, Valerie Thelen, Sagelink Credit Union, Karen Wagner- The Talented Trio, Hugh Parker and Dan and Tracey Molnar-Corunna Hills Golf Course.

We had an exceptionally beautiful day. We would like to thank all those who made cash donations towards the event and provided food for our lunch. Those people include: Jackie Hurd, Thomas Bridges, Hugh and Mary Parker, Domino’s Pizza, Jim and Mary Slingerland, D’Mar Banquet and Conference Center, Mary Jane Scarlett, Laura Burroughs, The Sanderson Family, Winnie Hendrickson, Helen Howard, and Helen Stump.

Shiawassee County is one of only a few fortunate counties that have a Faith-in-Action Respite program available to residents. Volunteers help adults with persistent health needs and their family caregivers, providing friendly visits, and respite to the family caregivers. Elderly are able to remain living safely in their own home knowing that Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee will check in on the person and provide friendly visits. The volunteers usually live in the same community and share the same interests as the person they are visiting. Volunteers only need to attend one training session. The next Respite Volunteer Training is on Aug. 23 at St. Paul Catholic Church in the Father Whelan Room in Owosso from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To register for the training, please contact the Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee office at (989) 725- 1127.

For more information about our services, please see our website, www.respitevolunteers.org and for many photos of the golf scramble by photographer Peggy Garikes, please see our Facebook page.

Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee Golf
Scramble Committee Members

Wolverine Sportsman’s Club hunter safety class a success

Dear Editor,

Another successful hunter safety class was completed on Aug. 19 with 38 students graduating. The average test score for the 38 tests was 97.05 percent.

I wish to congratulate Madeline Popsilek for being selected as the top student of the St. Charles Wolverine Sportsman Club hunter safety class.

Lavern Spolarich

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