Project Prom expresses gratitude
We would like to thank the Cooperstown Community for supporting Project Prom2011. We also need to thankthe many volunteers who donated their time and talent to make Project Prom 2011 successful. It certainly was a night to remember!
Our committee chairs started planning for this event in January and deserve special thanks for their hard work and dedication. We especially thank them for their wonderful ideas, commitment to their committee, great sense of humor and all the fun and camaraderie that they brought to each meeting. The committee members include: Treasurer, Michelle Senif; Decorations, Eileen Anania; Memory Lane, Cindy Miller and Bernadette Ryan; CooperstownCountry Club Security/ Clean-up, Barb and Doug Cannon; Check-in/Clark Sports Center Security, Nancy Potter and David Pearlman; Casino, David and Donna Borgstrom; Food, Gary Wehner; Fundraising, Marianne Rae and Laura Kilty; Tropical bar, Sarah Stewart; Clean-up, Jeanne Dewey; Gifts, Lori Miller and Leslie Boyle; Entertainment, Bruce and Rosemary Brodersen.
Our special thanks go out to the Clark Sports Center.
Val Paige, assistant director at the Clark Sports Center, was instrumental in organizing the staff and the use of the facility. From our first meeting in January to the final hours of Project Prom, Val was always available and extremely helpful to all. Thank you, Val.
To the Class of 2011, it has been a joy to watch you grow through the years. Thank you for the wonderful memories that we will hold on to and cherish forever.
In whatever path you take as you graduate, we wish you happiness, good health and success!
Best wishes to the Project
Prom 2012 Co-Chairs, Linda Flynn and Noel Clinton Feik, and to the Class of 2012! Mary Bonderoff & Mary Harmon 2011 Project Prom Co-Chairs
Project Prom expresses gratitude
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