Letters to the Editor

Heritage Hall is thankful for a successful fundraising bake sale

Dear Editor:

Heritage Hall would like to thank all those who so generously supported the “Mothers and Others” Bake Sale on May 10.  This event is held each year to raise funds for Heritage Hall programs for Johnson County students.  This year the Bake Sale raised over $1800 for children’s programming.

We especially want to thank the First United Methodist Church for allowing us to use their facility and Janice Russell and the WMCT staff for providing airtime before and during the bake sale. Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey, Representative Timothy Hill, Mayor Larry Potter, and Mayor Lawrence Keeble visited the sale after the Legislative Breakfast.  We appreciate their support through their endorsements of Heritage Hall’s children’s programming and contributions.  

The wonderful bakers of Johnson County made the sale possible.  We appreciate your generosity and support.  In addition to individual bakers, many of whom donated multiple items. Special thanks goes to our local businesses who contributed items: Elaine’s Country Store (formerly Duffy’s), The Tributary, Suba’s, Poblano’s, House of Flowers, Silver Keys Bed and Breakfast, and Prospect Hill Bed and Breakfast.  

Finally we would like to thank all those who came and purchased items.  We so appreciate your commitment to our youth in Johnson County.  We hope you enjoyed your goodies!

Mona Alderson and Leni Smith
Bake Sale Chairpersons