Letter to the Editor: Run for the Fallen made even more special with help from the community

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  All Community Members: There is a point when traveling down the turns from Oracle Hill, that one point that  every Tri-Community  member knows, where our Galiuro Mountain Range becomes a picture perfect view and you know you are home. It is tremendous pride we have, knowing we have the greatest community ever.

  Thank you to each and every one of you that made America’s Run for the Fallen event a success From the camaraderie that brought together our entire community, amongst the many entities that contributed on behalf of America’s Run for the Fallen, we thank you: La Casita Cafe, VFW, Knights of Columbus, Lion’s Club, Elk’s Club, Mammoth Fire Department, Dudleyville Fire Department, San Manuel Fire Department, Mammoth Town Council, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Mansager, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ramsey, Mammoth Police Department, Hayden Police Department, Blessed Sacrament Parish, Mammoth Matmen, Mammoth Softball League and all community members who come out to our event to honor our American heroes, making the night a success.

  Thank you for your support and helping to make history in our little small towns. May we continue to support each other, bring union, and the best out in one another, always showing our true values and morals, which define our small town ways through love, honor and respect for each other.

  Thank you all. My team, Diane Mullineaux and Nicole Gonzalez: I could not have accomplished this without you. To the America’s Run for the Fallen, on behalf of the Tri-Community and beyond, good luck on your mission and God Bless you on your journey.

  Kind Regards, 

/s/ Luca Pena

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