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National Night Out in San Tan Heights 2010

Arline and I would like to thank everyone that participated and helped out at National Night Out in San Tan Heights. An event of this scope and this size can not be done alone. Everyone that participated needs the recognition that without your help this could not have gone as smoothly as it did.

The official conservative count in attendance was 800.

The List:

Dr. Cecilia Johnson, Superintendent of CUSD

Denise Taylor, Principal of Mountain Vista Middle School

Scott Johnson, Vice Principal of Mountain Vista Middle School

Pinal County Attorneys Office

Friends of the San Tan Mountain Regional Park, Friends bought the food through a grant from the County Attorneys Office.

Stacy Deprey – Purper and San Tan Valley Today

Sparkletts Water

Russ’s True Value Hardware, donation of the snow cone machine.

Gordon Brown, a true friend and always willing to help out for a good cause.

CAVIT, always a great addition for support in whatever you need.

Rural Metro, bbq gourmets.

Jonathan Moore, a Friends Board member and a huge help in setting up and getting the event going.

Ruth Ann Penrose, always willing to help in whatever capacity and always with a smile.

(Block Captains) Rob Kroeger, Ron and Tracy Szatkowski for helping out at the Block Watch table.

The San Tan Heights Teen Club did a wonderful job of watching the water slide and bounce house we had. Thanks for keeping all the kids safe!

And of course, Sgt. Stormee Wallace and Arline Studley for making it all come together! Great job! You really made San Tan Heights shine!

And a special Thank You to everyone that brought a toy to kick off the Sheriff’s annual toy drive. You have no idea how many homes are visited to drop off these toys. It’s a one time gift that never gets forgotten.

Thank You all so much!


About Jeff

Long time volunteer in the San Tan Valley/Queen Creek area of Arizona.

Posted on August 5, 2010, in Events, From STHCW and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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