Kimball Community Playhouse would like to thank everyone who attended our production of “Footloose” this past weekend, July 12-14. We were overwhelmed by the response and the attendance numbers were some of the best we’ve seen in several years. Opening night had a ticket count of 186 and the next two performances were each over 150. Those numbers don’t include the incredible number of volunteers who stepped forward this year to make the show a success and we are incredibly grateful for their support. We also owe a huge debt of gratitude to local businesses who donated their valuable time, resources and supplies to this production, including Images by Marguerite, Chickadee Tree Floral and the Tri-County News in Kimball, Vern’s Auto Repair, The Red Goat in Watkins, and Kris Nelson, Kris’s Screen Printing in South Haven.
Thank you to Kimball H.S., including the amazing custodial staff, and Kimball Community Ed. for the partnership and generosity they have shown in allowing us stage “Footloose”. Also, to Royalton H.S. for lending us a drum set. Of course, we wouldn’t have had the successful show we had without our talented cast and crew. They had a limited time frame to put this show together and they worked very hard to stage a production we can all be proud of. Finally, to the parents and families of cast and crew, we are so appreciative of the time you take out of your busy lives to bring your kids to rehearsals and shows. “Footloose” would not have happened without your patience and support!
Thank you to all the committee members & anyone else who helped us today. Everyone worked very hard to make this a Great Day! Thank you for joining us this year!
The Fair Haven Old Settlers Committee would like to thank all these wonderful businesses for their donations to help us with our day!
I wish to thank students – past and present, friends, neighbors and fellow bus drivers who came to help me commemorate my 55 years of school bus driving. I wish to especially thank Deb Reinert, the crew at Triple R for setting up such a nice luncheon, my family, and the Hendricks Bus Company.
Thanks to all for making my afternoon so enjoyable.
I would like to thank everyone who sent cards, prayers and good wishes, even the people who just thought of me during my illness and surgery. Thank you to all who visited me at the hospital and at home. Hopefully I am on the road to recovery.
A heartful thanks to all who celebrated my 80th birthday.
A special thanks to my family who planned it, and for the many cards and gifts that I received.
God bless you always,