Local businesses helped raise money for Veterans Park | News, Sports, Jobs

For the publisher:

The St. Armand Veterans Memorial Park Working Group held a Chinese auction at the Bloomingdale Block Party on September 4, 2021. The Block Party was a great success and we were able to raise funds for the new monument. to Veterans which will be housed in the Veterans Memorial Park, 1688 National Road 3, Bloomingdale.

We would like to thank all the donors and attendees who helped us make the Chinese auction stand possible: Top’s Market, Scott’s Florist, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Moody Tree Farm, Rice Furniture, Running’s of Malone, Lake Placid News, Niederbuhl Brothers Tree Service, Stewart’s Shops, Maplefield’s de Ray Brook, Woods and Waters, Tractor Supply Ray Brook, High Peaks Distribution, Hyde Fuel, Sturdy Supply, Lakeview Deli, Kinney Drugs Saranac Lake, High Peaks Ford, Adirondack Lake and Trail Outfitters, Lowe’s Plattsburgh, Advanced Auto, Evergreen Auto Center, Curtis Lumber Ray Brook, Belvedere Restaurant, le Shamrock, High Falls Gorge, Robert Mathers, Michelle Simmons Janie’s for Hair, Bordeau Auto Body, Mary Eravi, Goody Goody’s, Aubuchon Hardware Saranac Lake, Cheri Fisher , Barry Lobdell, Mark Kurtz Photography, Jacky Fields, Adirondack Wine & Liquor, Ampersound, Hex and Hop, Bitters and Bones, Texas Road House Plattsburgh, Downhill Grill, Riverside P and Supplies, Wicked Signs and Graphics, Pat Brown, John Wheeler, Saranac Waterfront Lodge, Lisa McGill, St. Regis Canoe Outfitters.

We also wanted to give special thanks to Coakley Home and Hardware. Coakley donated a Weber Spirit II grill for $ 599.99 for a big raffle item. Coakley also hosted our task force at the Saranac Lake location for the sale of hot dogs and the sale of raffle tickets. Coakley provided all food and drink for free. We are truly grateful for the support from Coakley Home and Hardware.

We welcome a “Buy a brick” fundraising to build the new Veterans Memorial. Everyone is welcome to purchase a brick to install in the patios and driveways. These engraved commemorative bricks will be a lasting family memory for future generations. Please contact us at [email protected] for more information.

We are truly grateful for your support! Best regards,

Davina winemiller

Mick changelo

Warrene mccarthy

Justyna babcock

Sandy Hayes

Cheri Fisher

Joe fisher

Nancy Hurteau

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