Letters to the Editor

Appreciation: Band, friends provide food

The band “Endeavor” would like to say many thanks to all the people who were involved or got involved with the great food drive for the North Whidbey Help House (nearly 400 pounds) and the outdoor concert in downtown Oak Harbor on the Fourth of July. There were several people who were such a big help in this year’s events, their names should be mentioned.

Bill Moody of Tiz’s Doors, for the great contribution of food he gave; thanks Bill! Jo-Jo of Jo-Jo’s Harbor Lights Tavern and her patrons, for all the food they gave; thank you. For Rob Sebo and Jeramy Jackson of Northwest Cabinets and Flooring, for their part; thank you guys! For China Harbor and their patrons who donated food; thank you. To Bob Andres, for his carpentry skills and help on setting up the stage; thank you Bob. To Mark Stevenson and Curt Brown, for muscling all that equipment, which was a lot, and taking the time off work to do so. You were a back saver! Thanks a million! KWDB 1110 A.M. Radio, Whidbey News Times, The Record, The Crosswinds and the Market Place for their advertising of the event; thank you! And last but not least, thanks to all you folks that came to the show, dropped off food and stayed despite the windstorm that came upon us. You’re all awesome fans and we love you.

You all are what makes us want to continue with “Endeavor” in keeping the music alive and well here in Oak Harbor and hopefully elsewhere. Again, to Oak Harbor and to all those not mentioned but not forgotten, it was a great food drive and outdoor concert. We hope to see you all again soon. Thank you!

The Band “Endeavor”

Oak Harbor

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