Jaunt Volunteers – Couldn’t Have Done It Without You #junkjaunt

Cairo Junk JauntMany, many thanks to all who attended, were vendors and volunteered to make Junk Jaunt 2014 a giant success for Junk Jaunt and the Cairo community.

Thank you to Kim Hostetler.  Kim spent the last 6 months collecting and registering vendors for this event.  It was a difficult job that she did incredibly well.  Thank you to Heather Hadenfeldt who helped develop the passport program, organized the visitor booths and created the passport doors.  We received  nearly 100 passports and lots of compliments on the passport program.  It will be something we definitely do for Junk Jaunt 2015.  Thank you to John Hadenfeldt for coming up with the T-shirt design.  We had tons of compliments on the t-shirts.  Thank you to the Queens of the Nile aka Susan Kluthe and Christy Osborn for all their administrative support, handing out signs and fielding tough questions.  Thank you to Pathway Bank and their employees:  Tom Emerton, Dick Heckman, Deb Hargens, Dixie McCord, Lisa Esquivel, Julie Erb, and Cindy Pope  as well as town members Fran Johnson, Peyton McCord, Peg Hadenfeldt, Don Putscher, Barb Blassingame, Matt and Alice Bellamy, Jean Oltman and Renee Luckey for manning our visitor information booths.  Thank you to the Centura Booster club for being a contact point for the vendors at the ball field and keeping the bathrooms stocked and operating.  Thank you to the congregation at Christ Lutheran Church for all the hours you spent getting the field ready for vendors, manning the visitor station and taking care of the vendors in your location. Thank you to Steve and Cornell for keeping the town looking its best and rescuing me from malfunctioning equipment.  Junk Jaunt is a huge job and an incredible benefit to our Community without your support it just wouldn’t have happened.   Thank you for all your support.

Charity Adams
Junk Jaunt Coordinator

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