Letter: Oak Harbor Kiwanis Beachcombers Bazaar was a ‘great success’


The 15th Annual Oak Harbor Kiwanis Beachcombers Bazaar was a great success, thanks to our wonderful vendors and all the super shoppers.

We appreciate all who supported us.

A special “thank you” to Diamond Rentals for its contribution of much-needed items. The profits go towards our community youth, with clubs at the elementary, middle, intermediate and high school that stress leadership and community service; Achieving by Believing awards given at the elementary schools for students who are trying their best; dictionaries for all third graders; scholarships for high school seniors, and many other activities.

Again, we thank all who participated and hope to see you next year on the second Saturday of July.

Gail Turner,

Oak Harbor

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