Thank you for volunteering

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With the utmost gratitude and appreciation, we thank Ashley Boatman for what she has done for our community with coaching the girl cheerleaders for the youth football and basketball seasons. She devoted so much time to these girls. In a day and age where everyone seems so busy, we appreciate that she gave them the gift of her time and energy.

We would also like to thank all of the volunteers in our community that make activities possible for our local youth. Without all of you, this would not be possible.

Thank you again from all of us at CopperNet Systems Inc. – Proud sponsors and supporters of our local you, the future of our community.

/s/ James Ruiz

CopperNet Systems Inc.

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