The Peninsula Quilt Guild would like to thank everyone who made the 21st Annual Quilting at the Beach quilt show an amazing success. First we want to thank all who attended — it was such fun for us to meet all of you. Then we want to thank the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum, all the merchants who helped us get the word out about this fantastic event, the Chinook Observer, Daily Astorian and Daily News, and of course all the guys who helped set up and take down the show. It is a big job and we couldn’t do it without your help. Thank you all so very much again. Merri Johnson, Chair
Quilting at the Beach Show
Peninsula Quilt Guild
A heartfelt thank you to the staff at Golden Sands for the tender loving care they provided to Beverly Gilpin. We are forever appreciative of the individual care, support and unique friendships established during her stay. Thank you for welcoming Beverly, her relatives and friends into the Golden Sands family.
Eldred Gilpin and family
The Adrift Hotel is a generous benefactor of Peninsula nonprofit organizations and a splendid example of community spiritedness. DoGoodnics, a Peninsula nonprofit organization, thanks the Adrift Hotel for its generous donation to our campaign to assist peninsula residents coping with memory-loss issues. During March, the Pickled Fish restaurant featured a Cocktail for a Cause, called “Memory Cure.” Half the proceeds were donated to DoGoodnics to assist us with purchases of iPods, headphones, speakers, and other equipment. Thanks especially to Rebecca Charles, Matt Lessnau and wait staff for their help. To date, DoGoodnics has assisted five victims of dementia and Alzheimer’s with programmed music and has provided four free music programs for assisted-living facilities. We invite the public to contact us for information about our free, strictly-confidential assistance. Perhaps we can help someone you know who suffers from dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other ailments that may impair memory. Contact email@example.com or call Gwen or me at 665-2784.