To the editor:
Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time in the planning, ticket sales, prize solicitation, and decorating to help make the 2012 Calumet All Sports Booster Club Spring Fling once again a great success.
Thanks to the following businesses or individuals for providing prizes: 41 Lumber, Ace Hardware, the Antenna Center, Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital/Fitness Center, Auto Pro Glass & Tire, Beth Salmela, Bodies in Balance, Brockway Photography, Bucko's Party Store, Calumet Golf Club, Center Ice Skate & Sport, CLK Schools, Copper World, Coppertown Construction, Country Inn & Suites of Marquette, Cousin's Subs, Cross Country Sports, Dapple Grey Bed & Breakfast, Daytona Body Shop, Gas Light General Store, Herman Jewelers, Irish Times, Jazzy's Pub & Grille, Jim's Pizza, Keweenaw Mountain Lodge, the Kilpela Family of the Isle Royale Queen Ferry, King Copper Motel, King's Korner, Kissel Chevrolet, Laurium Marathon, Louie's Super Foods & Quality Hardware, Luigi's, Maria Vertin with Festival Foods & Hardware, The Mariner North, McCabe Distributing, Miller's Lanes, Michigan Technological University, Nagamoon Gift Shop, North One Gallery, North Port Motel, North Star BP, Northern Cuts, Oak Crest Golf Club, Danise Jarvey with Pampered Chef, Pat's Foods and Pat's Foods Car Wash, Peterlin Distributing, The Pines in Copper Harbor, Portage Lake Golf Course, Range Bank, Red Carpet System, Red Jacket Media, Refresh & Renew Massage, Sayen's Quick Lube, Superior National Bank, Superior Video, Toni's, Trail Creek Motors, Vollwerth & Co., Wawanowin Country Club, Wilderness Car Wash and the White House Inn.
Last, but certainly not least, we thank all of you who took time out of your busy schedules to attend this year's Spring Fling and help to make it the success that it was.
Calumet All Sports Booster Club
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