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CENTER: Thanks to all who helped with expansion

We here at the Hayden Senior Center want to thank all those that made our expansion possible. This comes from the very deepest part of our hearts.

After 16 years of maneuvering and manipulating to make a very small area work for us, we have been blessed to be able to grab the opportunity to occupy the space adjoining our existing facility. This came about by our Financial Controller, Lisa Martin, spending many hours applying for grants, monetary donations from members, hours of volunteer labor and discounts extended to us for work performed. These discounts were made possible by Bear McSheehy of Bear Construction, who went far above and beyond what was expected of him. Therefore, I am listing below all those that made this project a reality for us.

Project contributors: City of Hayden Community Development Department, Northern Lakes Fire District, Tate Engineering, Russell Page Architects, Designer Homes Drafting, Bear Construction General Contractor, Coeur d’Alene Concrete Cutting, Pulliam Construction Northwest, Fish Plumbing, Custom Plumbing, Price’s Right Electric, Pacific Northwest Drywall, Bynum Construction, Williams Paint & Coatings, Rodda Paint Co., Gabriel Martin Painting, Aaron Martin Carpentry & Finish, Custom Cabinets by Cabinetree, Great Floors (Coeur d’Alene), Bartman Sign Shop, American Steam Away Carpet Cleaning and Computer Guy.

Grants, sponsors and donations: Avista Foundation, Cancer & Community Charities, Humana, Faith Presbyterian Church, Mountain West Bank, Kathy Verburg, Bear McSheey and Melanie Arnold.

Volunteers: Thank you to all volunteers with special recognition to — Bob and Kathy Ozminkowski, Ken Durbin, Kate Robertson and United Way (Day of Caring — Mountain West Bank).

Thank you to each and every one of you that contributed to this community project.

STORMA S. EDELBROCK,

Executive Director

Hayden Senior Center

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