To the editor:
The Pennsylvania Council of the Blind, Carl Shoemaker Juniata County Chapter, is sponsoring Radio Reading Service. The walk for sight fundraiser wishes to thank the following businesses that helped make the May 19th walk for sight successful:
Richard S. Mills, Mills Service Center, Zimmerman Truck lines, Juniata Valley Bank, Kauffman Insurance Agency, Roush Insurance Group Cindy Wise agent, Trout Chiropractic Center, Tuscarora Electric John Bomberger, Thompsontown Market, Rickenbaugh Building Supply, Leonard Insurance,
Jack Gaughen Network Services Hower and associates, Juniata Lumber and Supply Co., Regester Chevrolet, Orchard Hills Storage, Johnston and Zagurskie PC, State Farm Insurance Michael A. Ferster, Fences and More, Radio Hut, Cocolamus Creek Disposal, Mifflintown Ag and Auto Parts,
Paden's Salon, Videos and More, J and B Furniture, Mifflin Hill Beverage, Dr. Richard Pinelli D.D., Dr. Alan D. Gordon M.D. center for eye care, Dr. Michael Hutton, optometrist, Dr. John M Smolcic, D.M.D., Dr. Ricardo Carter, M.D., Dr. Thomas Wheeler, D.P.M.,
Juniata County 4-H Seeing Eye Club, Blairs Mills Lions Club, P.O.F. Disciples Class, Mifflin Chapter No. 260 Order of the Eastern Star, Upper Tuscarora Presbyterian Church and Sunday School,
We want to thank all organization, businesses, and individuals who contributed. We are grateful to Messiah Lutheran Church for the use of their facility as the gathering place for the walk.
Prizes were donated by:
First National Bank, of Mifflintown, McDonald's, of Mifflintown, Treaster's Flowers and Trustworthy Travel
Refreshments were provided by:
McDonald's of Mifflintownm, Mifflintown Mart and Weis of Mifflintown.