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On behalf of the Mountain Vista Booster Club, I would like to personally thank you whole heartedly for extending a helping hand when the Estrada-Poskey family needed it the most. Your contribution to the benefit spaghetti dinner was magnificent.  Everything that was needed for the spaghetti dinner was graciously donated by local businesses and community members.  All monies raised were able to go directly to the family. 

This dinner could not have been a such success without the help of our community and the many other volunteers who donated their time. 

It humbled me greatly to see our community come together for one cause.  The response that I received from our community was overwhelming and greatly appreciated.   

A special thanks to all the local businesses and our OSD family who stepped up and showed the true meaning of COMMUNITY.

  Businesses donating to the benefit dinner include: La Casita Restaurant, DeMarco’s Italian Restaurant, Nonna Maria’s Ristorante & Pizzeria, CARQUEST Auto Parts, Oracle Inn Steakhouse, Oracle Market, Annie’s Hair Studio, Class’ E Look’s N Oracle, Basha’s, Cota Family Barbers and Casa Rivera Taco Shop.          

Sincerely,

/s/ Lydia Smith

MVS Booster Club President

Volunteering is an act of heroism on a grand scale. And it matters profoundly. It does more than help people beat the odds; it changes the odds. ~ President Bill Clinton

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