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Family Promise: Thank you to Cd’A

In Sincere Gratitude to the Community of Coeur d’Alene:

Family Promise of North Idaho would like to thank all the businesses, participants, and volunteers who made our 7th Annual Golf Scramble a success. And what isn’t better than a beautiful fall afternoon playing golf and gathering prizes to help homeless children and their families? Because of caring people, our FPNI guests can go through a transforming program that will give them the resources and skills to achieve a lifelong home.

Thank you to the event sponsor Express Employment Professionals. We also give thanks for our Ace Sponsor Mountain West Bank and Club House Sponsor Hecla Mining Company. We thank our 5 hole sponsors: Payne West, Kootenai Title, M & M Property Management, Mary Ward, and Cindy Algeo. Thank you to the businesses that gave prizes to spur our participants on to grand successes! Our prizes donors were: Caruso’s Sandwich and Artisan Pizza; Texas Roadhouse; Paddy’s Sports Bar; Daft Badger; Kaiju Sushi; Ponderosa Golf; Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course; Fort Ground Grill; Filling Station; Marmalade; Cricket’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar; Buffalo Wild Wings and Teri Burch; Shoshone Golf Club; Coeur d’Alene Casino; Triple Play; and the Links Golf Club.

Dixon Golf helped make the Event just a bit more fun with their special contests and prizes.

Thank you to the Event team, volunteers and participants. And a special thanks to the Links Golf Club crew who are an amazing help in setting up the event, preparing food, and being there to answer questions, set out signs, and just being helpful.

To be one of the people who help transform lives, connect with Family Promise NI at 208-777-4190 or go to www.familypromiseni.org

TERI BURCH

Family Promise of North Idaho Volunteer

CUSTOMER: “Well done” for Waldram

I am a customer who banks at the Mountain West Bank in Hayden. I would like to give a kudos to Reggie Waldram, customer service manager, for all the help she has given to me. She does a really excellent job and takes the time out to help me with my banking. She’s a hard worker, and is very good at what she does. She’s a keeper.

Reggie is very nice and kind to people, and takes pride in her job. Mountain West Bank did a very good job when it hired her, and are very lucky to have her there too. She needs a raise.

Thank you, Reggie, for all your help. Thanks for being my good friend too.

ROBERT EDWARDS

Hayden

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