A ‘thank you’ to Allison Butler Memorial 5K sponsors

To the editor:

The Allison Butler Memorial 5K team would like to invite everyone to join us in thanking the following businesses and individuals for helping us to honor Allison Butler and for giving back to your community by sponsoring and donating funds or auction items to make this event possible. Due to their efforts, those who registered to run or walk, and our wonderful volunteers, we were able to provide $3,061 to the Richmond County Animal Advocates.

letter_logoMajor sponsors included: Rocking Trends Consignment and Boutique as Doggie Dash sponsor; Gold level sponsors include The Pee Dee Post, Griffin Automotive Group – Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Lifeline Batteries, Kathy’s Interior Design and Fitness.

Silver level sponsors include Dieffenbach GM Superstore, Convenience Corner Inc., Southern Landworks, Carolina Insurance, Sandhills Office Systems, Hudson Paving, Pepsi of Rockingham, Joe and Tricia Gay, M-Prints, Physical Fitness and Awareness Gymnastics, Bill Williams in memory of Amanda Kate and William “Buck” Williams, Bojangles, Griffin Nissan, Good News Christian Bookstore and Music, Don’s Locksmith and Kendrick’s Professional Car Wash and Detailing.

Bronze level sponsors included Sick Joe’s Art, Second Time Around Consignments, Haltiwanger Orthodontics, Captain D’s, Edward’s IGA, Sports Cycles, City of Rockingham, Discovery Place KIDS, Bryant’s Turf, Isaiah Browder – Artist, Mike Butler – Photography.

Auction items were donated by: Janie Taylor, Timothy “Bear” Butler, Mike Butler, Margaret Butler, Tricia Gay, Richmond County Animal Advocates, Denise Pittman, Laurie Brown and Michael Gann, Nell Helms, Jeanne Berkley, Kathy Covington, Hope Dibble, Sandhills Suds, Seersucker Gypsy and April McGinnis.

Michael Butler

Filed in: Opinion

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