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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 and members for selling 50/50, bake sale items and raffle tickets; Mrs. Pozderac’s art classes for the signs, Mrs. Stoffer’s third grade class at Augusta for the hearts they made, Augusta Pre-school class for the decorations they made, the Witt & Ray Families for the 31 totes full of goodies, Lori Bryan and the Pink tote, CHS Athletic Dept. for the Warrior tote, Mrs. Mach for the Bath & Body Works gift baskets and Dr. Billy Grubbs for the pink t-shirts. We also want to thank the CHS club members, Vicki Ray & Stacie Wilson, for baking cookies and brownies for the bake sale. Carrollton Country Flowers donated carnations to distribute to Cancer survivors in attendance.
With everyone’s help, we were able to send $1,600 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 Staudinger, Assistant Coach
Lori Bryan, JV Coach

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