Letter: Thanks for making fall festival a success
Special thanks to all the volunteers and businesses that made the annual fall festival at T.C. Walker Elementary a huge success. We couldn’t have done it without them:
Heads Up Salon stylist Kelly Green, A Hop, Skip and a Stitch, Food Lion #1472, Food Lion# 610, Ashton Gardens, Walmart Supercenter of Gloucester, Lia Sophia by Gina Cook, Time for a Change stylists Kelly Green and Krystal Burney, Avon by Elisa Nelson, Southern States of Gloucester, Farm Fresh of Hayes, Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center, Village Lanes, Tangled Up, AQC Construction, Jessica’s Sweet Shop, The Silver Box, SonnySide Landscapes, Roadview Container Nursery, Starbucks of Gloucester, YRC Cinemas, Ana Isabel Photography, Diversified Financial Group, Tastefully Simple by Lori Drake, Creative Memories by Lori Drake, Ginny’s Place, Domino’s Pizza, Airheads, Threads 4 Kids, Scentsy by Crystal Stillman, Gloucester Pharmacy, Supercuts, Angelwing Stationery, Credit Control Corporation, Chapman’s Magic Shop, My Pets for Parties, Cakes by Margie Miller, Melanie Thompson and Barbara Delozier, and all the parents and teachers that donated items for the grade-level baskets to be auctioned.
I would like to thank all the faculty members that took time out of their weekend to volunteer. Deanna Johnson, community education coordinator, played a huge part in the success of the event and many thanks go out to her. Also, thank you to the PTA Executive Board for their role in this year’s fall festival. Thanks to all for showing your Paw Pride!
Last, but certainly not least, Dr. Thompson, for the support and encouragement you give our families. You are what makes our school such a wonderful part of our community.
I am truly honored to have had the opportunity to be part of the fall festival. Thank you, T.C. Walker Wildcats!
PTA Executive Board
T.C. Walker Elementary