Help sought for Senior Center Site Council

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I am writing to you, to ask for the help, and the cooperation, from the community of Superior.

Recently, I took over as President of the Senior Center Site Council. In doing so, I am also helping in the Senior Center Thrift Store. We have posted signs in our window, stating the times we are open, and, also, the days and times we accept drop offs and donations.

This past weekend, instead of abiding by the notices on the windows, we received three televisions and several bags of clothing, and, miscellaneous items. The televisions were stolen, and the bags were ripped open and scattered all over the sidewalk and Main St.

This is not the first time this has happened. We continue to have this problem almost every weekend. I personally witnessed this approximately three weeks ago. A microwave was left out in front of the Thrift store, again on a Saturday, and a person picked up the oven and started running off in broad daylight.

What I would like to let everyone know is that we, very respectfully, request that if you have donations, please bring them into the Thrift Store during the hours of operation. The store is open Monday – Thursday, from 9 a.m. – noon, with the exception of Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. – noon, due to BINGO.

Please come and join us for BINGO, for you are more than welcome. However, the Thrift Store will be closed, with no exception.

If you have any questions, please call the Senior Center at 520-689-5182, or, me at 480-589-5240, if arrangements need to be made for donation drop offs.

Please help us to keep our Senior Center thriving, and keep our streets clean. Thank you, so much, for your generous donations, and, your cooperation in this matter.

Sincerely,

/s/ Diana Arnold-Sixsmith

Site Council President

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