Benefit was a great success
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To The Editor,

We would like to thank everyone who made the Mike Crosier benefit such a great success!

Kenyon Realty, Dot’s of Dover and Wilmington, Betty Dann, Nido’s Office, Bartleby’s Books and C&S Beverage for selling tickets prior to the event. Jerry and Sheila Osler for hosting the event at The Old Red Mill, chefs Michael Mannhaupt, Lonny Page, Mellissa Douglass-Olson , Bill Palumbo and thank you to the wait staff from the mill that donated their time for the evening.

All of the ladies from the local churches and several volunteers from Halifax where Mike grew up for baking over thirty pies that were either served or auctioned off at the fundraiser. Thank you to Pastor Doug La Plante for delivering the pies and auctioning off the extra ones.

Thank you to Sheila Covey for the handmade quilt for the raffle, Wahoo’s, Crafts Inn and Nido’s Service Station for the gift certificates, Philip Gilpin for the Red Sox tickets and Frank Sprague for the wind chime.

Thank you to Flo and Sonny and their vendors at C&S Beverage for the coffee and butter.

Most importantly thank you to everyone who attended the fundraiser or sent a donation to support the benefit!

Sincerely,

Julie Moore

Wilmington

Mary Pike-Sprenger

Dover
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