Community Thanks June 6, 2010
HOYT: Family shows gratitude
To the Rathdrum community and friends of the Hoyt Family,
We would like to express our thanks and our gratitude to the people of Rathdrum and all of Grant Hoyt's friends. The turnout at Grant's service was beyond our expectations. The church was packed to overflowing as was the parish hall after. It meant so much to the family to see so many people attend. It helps us all through a difficult time to know that everyone thought so highly of Grant and share our loss.
Thanks to the Shady Rest for providing a venue for the fundraiser and everyone who attended and contributed. More than $2,000 was raised for Emily. Grant's family has set up a trust fund for Emily's future. Any one who could not make it to the fundraiser and would like to contribute, contact the Washington Trust Bank branch at the Rathdrum IGA.
Once again we truly appreciate all the expressions of sympathy and all the support.
THE HOYT FAMILY
PROGRAM: Will celebrate 10 years
On June 6, our Adopt-A-Street program will celebrate its 10-year anniversary. It was authorized by the City Council in June 2000, and was intended primarily for the city's more rural streets (e.g., Atlas, Kathleen, North 15th, etc.). The program is a partnership between the city and the citizen who adopts the street. The "adopting" individual, family, or group does a great service to their neighborhood and the city of Coeur d'Alene by helping to reduce the litter on our well-traveled, but less-populated arterials.
I want to thank each and every one of our Adopt-a-Street volunteers, past and present, for their service: Century 21/John Beutler Associates, Employees of Edward Jones, Fiedler-Riendeau Family/Friends, Community Methodist Church, Albertsons No. 243, Cd'A Canoe & Kayak Club, Lake City High School, SORELLA, Baha'is of Cd'A, Cub Scout Pack 210, Student Council Cd'A High School, Cd'A Crush Girls Softball, Holy Family Catholic School, Sunrise Rotary, Boy Scout Troop 202, city of Coeur d'Alene Team, Cd'A Target Team, Beta Sigma Phi - Pi Master Chapter, NIC Athletic Teams, Phi Beta Kappa, Lowe's Home Improvement, Brockhoff Family, Susan Christensen/Tomlinson Black, George Schick, WILD Program, Canfield Middle School, PANTRA, MOM's Club, Cd'A Area Swim Team, Girl Scout Troop No. 3037, Creative Gifts & Miniatures, Sawmill Construction, Martin Family, Bryan Elementary, D.E.A.F. Club, Milestones Transitions Program, NIC Women Basketball, Family Childcare Association, Kmart Good News, Girl Scout Troop 428, Cooke Family, Cd'A Snowmobile Club, S L Start & Associates, Jeremy Peters and Steve Eaton, NI Dialysis and Renal Care Group, Girl Scout Troop 247, Destiny Faith Center, Yake Family, Lake City Junior Academy and George Marks.
For more information about the Adopt-A-Street Program, please call 769-2235.
MAYOR SANDI BLOEM AND THE COEUR D'ALENE CITY COUNCIL