To the editor:
There is no doubt in my mind that the Copper Country people make things happen in big ways. Recently, we performed our mini-musical, "Cinderella" to packed houses both Thursday and Friday.
But it would not have been so successful if we did not have help from everyone in our community, including the Calumet Players who made our Royal Ball so special with their costumes; the loan of older furniture from Friederike Gast and Ann Newman; the use of the Cindy Flood and the cloggers' PA system, MTU's boar's head and fake turkey, The Daily Mining Gazette for such a great article promoting our show, Red House Recording for use of special microphones and equipment; Jonathan Beck and Newman's Appliance for their paint donation; Tom Ozanich for our scenery, and last, and perhaps most importantly, our brave Dollar Bay firefighters, who, being in the audience, rescued us from a stuck curtain during Friday night's show.
Thank you all and especially those who came to watch us put on our very first Dollar Bay musical.
We truly appreciate all of your support.
PAULA McKAIG AND
DOLLAR BAY JR., SR. BAND AND CHOIR