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9:41 AM Tue, Oct. 16th

Letter: Community rallies together for benefit

EDITOR:

The Yavapai County Mounted Sheriff's Posse had its 34th annual Scholars Need Dollars Benefit and would like to say "Thanks" to all who supported our efforts through donations and especially to those who purchased tickets for this event. Throughout the years, the YCMSP has raised more than $435,000 in educational grants to deserving students in Yavapai County.

The posse would like to thank the Prescott Adult Center and staff, the Meals on Wheels Center and staff, and a special thanks to Scott and his crew from the Texas Roadhouse.

We also appreciate the many donations from Olsen's Grain in Chino Valley, Lamerson's Jewelry, Ace Hardware in Chino Valley, The Windsock, Antelope Hills Golf Course, B's Contracting, Arturo's in Chino Valley, It's a Dog's Life, Foxworth, The Frame and I, Pro Built, Warren's Hay and More, Olvera's Barbershop, The Dinner Bell, Kay's Lighting, The Final Score, Reddy Ice, Rosa's Pizzeria, Dennis Bilevich, Plaza Bonita, J&G Sales and Cal-Ranch Store.

Special recognition goes to Stan Stazenski, Ed Plummer, Cornerstone Materials, Charlie Stazenski, Perkinsville Meat Processors, Life Alert, Ogg's Hogan, Carl Wolf, Geoffrey's Jewelry, Chino Rentals, Ranch Built Log Furniture, Annie and Harper Sharp, Wesley's Jewelers and Katie Kring.

Thanks again for helping us make this annual event a great success.

Jeff Jackson

Prescott