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FUNDRAISER: PF Historial Society gives thanks

The Board of the Post Falls Historical Society would like to express our tremendous appreciation to the Post Falls Community Volunteers for their hard work and dedication to help carry out a great 23rd Annual Oktoberfest fundraiser for the Post Falls Historical Society and Museum. Attendees enjoyed the food and entertainment and beer from our local breweries. Thank you to the musicians No Going Back Band and Larry Karlson. And of course, a resounding thank you to all who attended and participated in the fundraiser.

We would like to thank the following Brewing Companies for their generous donations: Mad Bomber, Northern Cross, Post Falls Brewing Co and Selkirk Abbey.

We would also like to thank the following groups, businesses and individuals for their assistance and donations of time and auction and raffle items: Jeanne Arnold, Kim Brown, City of Post Falls, Judy Cowan, Joe and Cindy Doellefeld, Vic and Kathy Eachon, Linda Gibson, Kootenai County Fire and Rescue, Tresia Mallery, Kelly McCall, Kevin and Linda McGrath, Cindy Mead, Joanne Moore, Mountain Water Window Cleaning, Northern Highlights Salon, Pleasant View Community Association, Post Falls Community Volunteers, Post Falls Lions Club, Post Falls Parks and Recreation, Post Falls Royal Neighbors of America, Seright’s Ace Hardware, Linda Troutman, UltraLawn and Carol Yost.

The Post Falls Museum will close for the winter after Oct. 31, but group tours can still be arranged by contacting us at 208-262-9642 or pfhistorical@roadrunner.com. We greatly appreciate all those who support the Post Falls Historical Society and the Post Falls Museum.

TED FREDEKIND

President, Post Falls Historical Society Board

LINDA GIBSON

Oktoberfest Committee Chairperson

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