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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Supporters made wheels go round
To the editor:
The Langley Community Club and the Langley Men’s Club want to express their gratitude to all the participants and their supporters who braved the wet weather at the Soup Box Derby, Saturday, Sept. 20.
Sue Frause, again, was outstanding announcing the racers and their special carts. All the entrants received a prize for their efforts.
The major top sponsors this year were: Coldwell Banker Tara Properties, Inn at Langley and the Star Store. The Clyde Theatre and Village Pizza were multi-bale donors.
This event is a community event helped by 46 other sponsors: 1 Angel Place Chocolate Bar, Second Street Wine Shop, Act II Books and Puppets,, Besta Round Pizza, Big Sister, The Braeburn Restaurant, Cafe Langley, Casey’s Crafts, The Celtic Viking, Chef’s Pantry, Chocolate Flower Farm, The Cottage, Eddy’s, The Fish Bowl Restaurant, GHL Enterprises, Barbara Golub-Winddermere Langley, The Heron, In the Country, Island Design, Island Travel, Joe’s Island Music, Karlson/Gray Gallery, Langley Clock and Gallery, Langley Village Bakery, Linds, Linds Jewelry, Lowry-James Rare Prints and Books, Mary Matthews — Windermere Langley, Mike’s Place Family Restaurant, Moonraker Books, MUSEO, Music for the Eyes, Paul’s Barbara Shop, Piper Properties, Dr. Ric Prael, Prima Bistro, Ross Chapin Architects, Don Rowan for Edward Jones Investments, US Bank, Useless Bay Coffee Company, The Wayward Son, Whidbey Island Antiques, Whidbey Island Bank, Whidbey Island Ice Cream, Whidbey Island Moped, and Whidbey Island Vineyard and Winery.
Bob Dalton, Lauren Sigmen, Paul Goldfinger, Rich Bacigalupi, Martha Murphy, Eric Levine, Will Collins, Michael Hill, Norm Gannon, Sue Frause, Simon Frasier, Dave Anderson, Tucker Stevens