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Letters To The Editor

Letters To The Editor


POSTED April 25, 2018 9:35 a.m.
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Dear Editor,

We would like to thank all of you who supported our Every 15 Minutes program this year. It has proven to be a very successful program in Escalon. The program would not be possible without your support.

We really appreciate all of you who contribute: California Highway Patrol, Office of Traffic Safety, Escalon Fire Department, Escalon Police Department, Escalon Ambulance, Escalon Public Works, Escalon Covenant Church, CT Brayton and Sons, Escalon Lions Club, Pizza Plus, Big Boy Market, Trinity Church, Escalon Kiwanis, Escalon Tire, Morrill Industries, Starbucks (Escalon), Escalon Body and Frame, Mountain Mike’s Pizza, Advanced Skincare and Massage of Oakdale, McDowell and Davis Towing, Bronco Winery, Vineyard Pharmacy, D’Boni’s Pizza, Escalon Rotary, Reach, Sutter-Memorial Hospital, Hula’s Drive-In, Hogan Manufacturing, Deegan Funeral Chapel, Emil’s Motel, Marg Jackson, and DeRuosi Nut.

A special thank you to Escalon Unified School District, Superintendent Costa, and Vice Principal Mrs. Parker for taking this program seriously and providing exceptional support throughout.

Debbie Murken

Cathy Pinheiro

Irene Laugero

 

 

Post Office Thanks

 

Dear Editor,

On behalf of the employees at the Escalon Post Office, I would like to thank the Love Escalon community volunteers for donating their most valuable possession; their time. Also for their hard work and devotion to making Escalon a better place to live. Their selection of the post office is greatly appreciated.

Due to the serious limitations placed on our budget, we are only allowed to maintain and not to beautify. The Postal Service is supported only by the products and services it sells and receives no federal tax dollars for its operations.

The plants in front of the post office are from my yard and my mother, Lorraine’s, and donations from others. The maintenance of the front is done by volunteer work of Phil Tornquist and his wife Laura, who is a clerk here. I’d also like to thank P & L Concrete for the donation of the decorative stone and Ace Hardware for their donation of the paint. Special thanks to Dave Hall who contacted me with the proposal and project coordinator Brittany Doornenbal and site manager Rein Doornenbal.

Ken Crandal

Postmaster, Escalon

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