Thanks for the support following fire

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To Our Friends in Mineral County and Beyond:

We wanted to take the time to thank everyone for all the love and support we’ve received since our house fire just before Christmas. The outpouring of love has been extraordinary, from Whitefish, Ronan, Hamilton, Great Falls, Idaho and California (and everywhere in between)!

We have a long road ahead of us, but we know that we’ll get through it with all the support of our friends and family. Thank you again for being there for us through this difficult time, and thank you to everyone who has donated cash, food and other items. We’d like to give special thanks to Idaho Forest Group in St Regis, RC Cleaning Services in Missoula, the employees of Mineral Community Hospital and the congregations at Faith Lutheran Church in Ronan and Trinity Lutheran Church in Superior.

Rose & Glenn Beissel

Superior

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