<CENTER><B>Letters to the Editor</B></CENTER>
Cottonwood Coyotes keep Rolling Along rolling along
On behalf of Rolling Along, I would like to applaud Mark Randall and the Cottonwood Coyotes for the outstanding job they have done in creating a board system for the in-line hockey rink located at Riverfront Park.
This group not only raised the necessary capital while soliciting donations, but performed all the labor on their weekends. Their dedication to a sport they love will now allow the youth of our Valley another sport to choose from to occupy their free time, which might have been spent destructively with drugs or crime.
Thanks for helping fulfill our dream of creating a three- sport alternative park.
Rolling Along Chairperson
Box tops put extra punch in education
This year, students at Dr. Daniel Bright School are raising money to purchase playground equipment and some that is handicap accessible for our school through a fund-raising program called General Mills Box Tops for Education.
Our school gets 10 cents for each Box Top we collect.
The more we collect, the more cash we can earn.
This simple fund-raiser requires no door-to-door selling by children and costs nothing to become involved.
We encourage the entire community to help by saving General Mills Box Tops for Education logos.
This year, General Mills has expanded the Box Tops for Education program to include Betty Crocker products. With the addition of Betty Crocker, Box Tops will be available on over 330 General Mills products — nearly tripling the number of participating products.
We are asking our community to save Box Tops for Education logos from General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker fruit snacks, Betty Crocker desserts, main meals and side dishes, Yoplait yogurt multipacks, Yoplait Go-GURT and ""Lloyd’s barbecue buckets.
If everyone saves Box Tops, the cash will really add up quickly and we'll easily reach our goal. Please help support the children in our community. Send your Box Tops to Dr. Daniel Bright School at the address listed below or, bring them by the school. There is a collection bin in the school office.
General Mills Box Tops for Education Program Coordinator
Dr. Daniel Bright Elementary School
1 N. Willard St.