Support was ‘inspiring’

To the News Enterprise:

The North Country Hardship Fund would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all who participated and supported Wayne Stock VII. Our largest fundraiser of the year was a HUGE success! 940 people came through the main gate and 97 volunteers!

Special thanks go out to the fantastic musical talent of Vinnie Leddick, Juxtapose, Chuck Kelsey, Phil Camp and Joe Momma, “All” the musicians of “Road Dawgz”, 12oz. All Stars, S.L. Smith band, Margo Macero, Dogtown Cadillac and Willie Playmore! You folks rocked the house! Thank you Joe Groff and your crew for the sweet sound system! Our great stage came from United Staging out of Boston. Thanks Rich! Thank you Creative Stage Lighting and Revolution Lighting for the wonderful lights! A big thank you to some of our sponsors this year: Murphy Lumber, Lubierocks, Schrade’s, Hudson River Trading Co., Paradox Crafts, McDermott’s, Garnet Signs, Cronin’s Golf. Thank you Pete’s Ahh’s for the awesome food. Your crew and the crew from Andie’s did a wonderful job! Thank you Basil & Wick’s and Marsha’s Restaurant for donating food to our volunteers! Special thanks to the businesses and folks who donated all the wonderful items to our auctions. Your generosity was overwhelming! Thank you Chip for being our auctioneer again this year and to Lee for being our emcee. Great job guys! Thank ‘s to the Town of Johnsburg and Gore Mountain for the use of the park. To ALL our volunteers that made this fundraiser such a big success, “THANK YOU” to each and every one of you! Working so hard to help set up, work the day of the event and then help take it all down the following day. You are all remarkable people! The amount of time, energy and planning that goes into a fundraiser like this can be overwhelming at times, but it is the volunteers that pull it all together! Thank you everyone for supporting the NCHF and helping us help others! This event was definitely “INSPIRING!”

Tammy Bukovinsky

North River

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