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To the Editor:
The Carrollton Warrior volleyball team would like to take this opportunity to thank the following for their help with our recent Volley for the Cure game held Oct. 4: Belinda Mach, CHS club advisor, for her donation and selling 50-50 tickets at the game; Olivia Bausell, CHS club member and her time helping; Annabel Vernier and Megan Dowell for painting signs and selling raffle tickets during the game; Tom & Kitty Weir, Weir Trucking, for the basket full of wonderful items, Joy Smith for selling items at the Middle school; and Carrollton Country Flowers for donating carnations to distribute to Cancer survivors in attendance. With everyone’s help, we were able to send $1,115.00 to the Susan G. Komen Research Center. We hope we haven’t missed anyone.  Again, we thank this wonderful community we live in for supporting such a worthwhile cause.

Amanda Kohler, Head Coach
Kelly Ann Staudinger, Assistant Coach
Lori Bryan, JV Coach

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