Letter: Thanks to all who helped with choir fundraiser

To the editor:

The Brown County High School’s Choir Boosters wanted to take this moment to express our gratitude to all that made the Brown County High School Choir’s Coffee CABARET! such a success!

There were many businesses that donated items for our silent auction. There were many donations to help with the beverages and table decorations for this event. Many of the youth and the parents bought or baked goods for our dessert buffet. There were many volunteers, that without you, we could not have pulled this off.

These are your local businesses that helped make this event a total success: The Apple Works, Nashville General Store; Nashville Fudge Kitchen; Lawrence Family Glass; Cedar Creek Winery; LaSha’s Gold and Things; Beth Drew, Mary Kay senior sales director; J-Bob’s Creations; NBC Nails; Carmel Corn Cottage; The Country Store; Brown County Weavery; Acorn Cottage; Twisted Wick; Pepper Robertson; Miller’s Ice Cream Shop; Big Woods Pizza; Brown County Playhouse; Jack and Jill Nut Shop; Fearrin’s Ice Cream; The Wild Olive; Hesitation Point Bicycles; the Lane family; Georgia Leslie; Arnie’s; BCHS Choir Boosters; the Westcott family; the Drew family; the Pool family; Salt Creek Golf Course; Cheri Platter; Kristi Billings.

Also special thanks to Kelp’s Farm, Brown County Inn and St. Agnes Church.

If we have forgotten to thank anyone, please know that your effort and time are deeply appreciated!

Sincerely,

Beth Drew, BCHS Choir Boosters president

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