Cards of Thanks
May 12, 2022
Thanks to everyone who made my 90th birthday so wonderful. Was very thoughtful of each of you and muchly appreciated by me.
The Moorcroft Area Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the volunteers who helped make the 2022 Spring Fling Cleanup possible. It proves the old adage: “It takes a village”.
Principal Kirby Baier, the 9th through 12th grade students and faculty provided the much-needed muscle to canvas the town, picking up litter; the bus drivers who drove the students to their assigned areas; the Town of Moorcroft who made the dump available; personnel Scott, Dave, Cody, Jodi, dump truck and pickup for the cleanup.
The following donated their time and vehicles:
Dan Grace – pickup and a trailer provided by Mike Slattery; Jerry Fischbach – Fischbach Construction pickup and trailer; Mark Millard – pickup and a trailer provided by Jeff Holberg; Sara King – Flow Tech Fueling – pickup and trailer; Robert Trigg – pickup and trailer; John and Tracey Jones – pickup and trailer; Jason Rasco – pickup and trailer; Marge Reed who did all of the running for supplies; Johnnie Faye Claar and Cindy Mostteller for help setting up; and MVFD for letting us use their tables and chairs.
Special thanks – Pinnacle Bank for the lunch provided by them and served by the staff – it was delicious. Quality Hardware for providing the space to stage the event, Ted used his skidsteer to keep things cleaned up. Also, thank you to the State of Wyoming for providing the garbage bags and True Oil, who provided the gloves for the workers who picked up the trash.
All of these people volunteered their time and used their personal vehicles to make the cleanup successful. If you see them, please make a point to say Thank You.
MACC gives a shout out to all of the residents who did their part in making the event a success. If some things were missing, it was unintentional. We only had 21/2 hours to cover the town.
Again, a big THANK YOU to everyone from the MACC – The Town Looks Great.