Thank Yous: Roger Bahls, Stephanie Larson and family, Dave and Sharon Folkestad
I would like to thank everyone for all the calls, prayers and meals. A big thank you to those that helped out after my accident; cutting wood, firing up in the furnace, etc. It is only by God's grace that I am here to write this. God bless each and every one of you.
-- Roger Bahls
I would like to say thank you to everyone that was able to attend my benefit on Saturday. I was humbled by how many people came to support me and my family! What a great community we live in that so many would come together to help a family during a hardship! I also want to extend a special thank you to those who put time and effort in bringing this event together, it means so much to me. Also, I would like to thank each and every one that has sent us a card, thought of us during their day or prayed for us. Your words of kindness have kept us going. The monetary gifts are also greatly appreciated to help offset the many doctor bills we have accrued. I can only look forward and know that with the support of my family and friends, we will get through this!
-- Stephanie Larson and family
We would like to thank the Bluffton Fire & Rescue, Conservation Officer Greg Oldakowski, Wadena Ambulance, Tri-County Hospital and Hennepin County Medical Center staff for all their help and great service after my hunting accident on Nov. 6, 2011. We would also like to thank Lenny Anderson and the Knob Hill Sportsman Club, Trailbreakers Snowmobile Club and 36 plus people who helped us cut our firewood. Thank you to my family and friends who helped at my benefit at the Wadena Elks Lodge; to all businesses, family and friends who donated items to the benefit, or participated in the benefit in any way; to everyone who sent cards, money, food, or gifts of any kind. Thanks to those who drove us to appointments, stayed with us at the hospital or came to visit. No matter what you did, thanks from the bottom of our heart. It was all greatly appreciated and will never be forgotten.
-- Dave and Sharon Folkestad