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To the Editor:
The Carrollton Athletic Department would like to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors of our Cancer Awareness t-shirts.

Thanks to these generous donors, we were able to sell over 500 shirts.
High Hill Farms (Kevin Davis Family), Green Haven Farms (Rusty Grubbs Family), Shaland Holsteins (Dan & Kathy Shawver), Vance Farms, (Harold & Kim Vance Family), Haley-Leslie Farms (Dale & Ann Haley & Matt & Renee Leslie Families), Brooks Farm, (Terry & Barb Brooks Family), Dusty Lane Farms (Dale & Sue Hamilton), J & R Farms (John & Ruth Davis), Cattlecreek Farms (Todd & Kim Davis Family), Kim Davis Insurance Agency and EmbroidMe- Alliance.

We would also like to thank Mrs. Mach and the CHS club for holding a bake sale during our Volley for the Cure game Oct. 9, Lori Bryan for organizing the many other fundraising events, Natalie Witts and Meghan Hill for their donation of a Warrior Thirty One bag, won by Kendra Peterson.

There are a limited number of shirts still available. If interested, please call the Athletic office at 330-627-8410.
Again, thank you for your support.

Wendy Davis
CHS Athletic Dept.

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