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Letters: Benefit helps; prayers do also

Benefit helps; prayers do also We would like to thank everyone who attended the benefit for Lydia Sanderson. We also would like to thank the cooks, all who donated food and items for the silent auction and the Eagles Club for the use of the kitch...

Benefit helps;

prayers do also

We would like to thank everyone who attended the benefit for Lydia Sanderson. We also would like to thank the cooks, all who donated food and items for the silent auction and the Eagles Club for the use of the kitchen and dining room.

Also thanks to Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and anyone we might have missed.

Thanks to the Bethels for sharing the story of their son and his progress.

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There are so many with encouraging words, caring gestures and most important of all, the prayers.

God bless you all.

Annette, Derrick and Lydia Sanderson, Park Rapids

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