From Ellen Kanz
Letter To The Editor,
Quota International of New Martinsville wishes to thank the local community for supporting our Vera Bradley, Thirty-One, and Miche purse Bingo fundraiser held Nov. 2 at Klug Hall. This event was made possible due to monetary sponsorship and product donations from the following individuals, vendors, and merchants: Baristas; Bayer Heritage Federal Credit Union; Blue’s Sidecar Restaurant; Bridgeport Equipment; Debbie’s Speedway Diner of Middlebourne; Amy Dieffenbauch, Pampered Chef consultant; Dos Hermanos Restaurant; Fiesta Hair Salon; The Flower Basket; Jane Ann Gamble, Wetzel Valley agent; The Jewelry Doctor; Dr. David Harshberger; Hatfield’s Custom Graphics; Headquarters Family Hair Care; Hodge Podge Primitives; Howell’s Tire; J.C. Mensore Distributor; Jae C. Lehew, Miche consultant; JoAnn Taylor, Thirty-One consultant; La Pasta Bella Restaurant/Off the Wall; Main Street Salon; Marv’s Place Restaurant of Sardis; Minna’s Nails; Old Barn Landscape Center of Sardis; Ohio Valley Online/Pro-site Business; Open House Gallery; Park Laundry and Car Wash; Peking Chinese Super Buffet; PJ’s Pizza; Prodigy Wellness; Ridge 2 River Realty; Marah Utt, Scentsy consultant; Shoe Sensation; Brenda Shepherd; Spring Leaf Financial Services; S&S Jewelry; The Supply Closet; The Tin Ceiling; Town and Country Properties; Union Bank; and anonymous Quota members.
A special thanks to everyone who helped in any way, especially Danny Pastilong, Jay Yeager, Nick Facci, and Steve Hunt.
An enormous thank you goes to the public for attending and making this a fun and successful event. Proceeds will benefit Quota’s service projects which, in part, are used to help support local charities and causes.
Ellen Kanz, president
Quota international of New Martinsville