Keeping Lee's memory alive
To the Editor:
We would like to thank all of those who made the Lee Hodgkins Annual Memorial Poker Run, put on by the Roxbury ATV Club, a huge success.
The generosity and kindness of the people and businesses of our surroundijg communities is absolutely amazing.
A huge thank you to the Roxbury ATV Club, to which Lee was a member of prior to his passing, for all of the time and hard work that went into putting the Memorial Poker Run on. Thank yous to all members/non-members who helped or participated in any way.
Thank you to all of the businesses who participated by making donations for the Chinese auction and/or food sales -- Harvest Hill Farm, Peter Bolduc and family, Rt. 2 Diner, Judy's Variety, Studio 6, All That Jazz, Fryewood Farms, Puiia Lumber, Roland's Automotive, Covered Wagon Restaurant, Ink Plaza, Carlisle's, Kris Howe's Tattoos, Frosty Delite, Dan's Automotive, Advance Auto Parts, Aubuchon Hardware, Jake's Garage, and Motor Supply.
All donations were so greatly appreciated.
The money raised from the event will be donated to the resident activity fund at the Rumford Community Home in Lee's memory.
Colleen Gurney, director of activities, uses the money for things like activity supplies, projects, entertainment and barbeques for the residents. It is also used to allow residents with no families/money to go on trips like the fairs and out to lunch like for ice cream. It helps improve the quality of life for the elderly in our communities.
This not only helps the RCH residents, it keeps Lee's memory alive. See you next year.
The family of Lee Hodgkins