Good evening all, let me please say that each and everyone of you are a blessing from God, yesterday was a great success and the only way it was accomplished was by your hearts and hard work. As most of you know as of now we collected $2,477.00, there may still be some funds coming in and hopefully we can get them by tomorrow. We will do a final count on Tuesday and turn it over to Rainier Chapel for a check to be sent to Samaritan Purse. if you have any other funds to be turned in please drop it off at the City Hall to Charmayne Garrison, tomorrow if possible.
Thank you all once again for forming this great group and please if you have any ideas for any other community get together please bring it up and lets keep it moving forward.
God Bless you all and know that Ellie's and my Love are with you.
Pictures below taken by Deann Boyd
|Home baked goodies for the Bake Sale.|
|The booth on the far right had the raffle items, organized by Ellie Arnbrister.|
|Hot Dog & Corn on the Cob Den...|
|Look at the silent auction items! WOW!|
|The Seahawks basked was donated by Nancy & Tom Decker in memory of Bob Logan.|
|Getting set up for the Flood of Love.|
|Silent Auction items donated by local businesses, non-profits and people.|
|Setting up one of the booths|
|Goodies and gifts from Rainier Community Cares.|
|Rainier Community Cares booths|
|George Johnson, Dawn & Autumn Kenny|
|Bake sale - with homemade goodies - at the Flood of Love.|
|Tom Arnbrister getting everything put together.|
|Autumn & Dawn Kenny (front left to right) George Johnson & Pat Cooley (Back)|
|Radio station from Roy broadcast live from the Flood of Love event Saturday.|