Thursday, June 28, 2007

Getting help from the community businesses rocks!

Tasi ToursI have to give a huge thank you to the businesses that supported the Beautify CNMI Micronesia Challenge Summer Camp. Tasi Tours offered to drive the students around to our different field trips all week FREE OF CHARGE. PSS does not have money to pay for gas, so we were extremely lucky that they are so generous.

Thank you, Tasi Tours!

ShirleysWe also owe a huge thank you to Ed Salas and Tan Holdings. Mr. Salas heard us on the Harry Blalock Island Issues radio show this morning talking about how we are running the camp on a shoe string budget. On Monday we had P&J sandwiches for lunch, on Tuesday we had the dollar menu at McDonalds, on Wednesday we had baloney and mayo, and due to Tan Holdings generosity, we feasted on Shirley's today.

Tan Holdings gave us $100 worth of food!

Thank you, Tan Holdings! Go visit Shirley's at the Thursday Street Market and at the Liberation Day Carnival. Thank them for me!

4 comments:

BoReGo said...

There is a question that won't leave my mind for the past few weeks. "What is our vision for our future, for our youth?" Not many people can answer, not many can make a true difference. It's okay, Tan Holdings is making a contribution and sometimes a contribution means more. Thank you, on behalf of educators, on behalf of parents:)

Thank you Bree, Doug and Angelo for spending your summer break with the kids and giving them authentic opportunities to grow and explore. You rock in my book!

BoReGo said...

Please excuse the horrible grammar. Three year olds who hang on to your arms while you are typing make life yummier, but sentences not so good:) You get the point.

bigsoxfan said...

crap, I was supposed to give you Mark Blackburns card from SeaFix' last night. They are rebuilding playgrounds for the little ones and are working at being a good community member. Give me a call at 484.2088 friday.

Borego said...

Who? Angelo or me, because GES could use some help with our playgrounds and we do have some money, but no manpower:( call school cell at 287-3797 if its for me. Um, if it's not, this message will self destruct in about ten years:)