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GOLF: Scramble was a success

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 five 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 of North Idaho at 208-777-4190 or go to www.familypromiseni.org.

TERI BURCH

Family Promise of North Idaho volunteer

ARMS: Thank you everyone

Open Arms would like to thank everyone who attended our 17th Annual Fall Fundraiser, “Written in secret….” It was an incredible evening with key note speaker Abby Johnson who shared her amazing story.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped with the planning, organizing and setting up. Your hard work and dedication made all the difference.

Special thanks to Allevin Creative, Pro-Print Post Falls, Pinkerton Retirement Specialists, ToyBoxCda, Bridle Path Quarter Horses, Terre Coffee, Big Bear Deli, Angelo’s, the Idaho Chair Man, Caddyshack and Silverwood for your generous auction donations.

We would like to thank all of our table sponsors and our friends who helped fund the evening. We would like a special recognition to go to our Presenting Star Sponsor: Valov and Sons Farming. Big thanks to our other sponsors: Champion Concrete Pumping, Hayden Bible Church, Calvary Rathdrum and Candlelight Christian Fellowship. These sponsors made it possible for every dollar donated that evening to go directly to help the men and women we serve on a daily basis.

We are truly blessed by each of you who give of your time, talents and treasures. Thank you for your unfailing commitment to our community!

FROM THE STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS OF OPEN ARMS

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