The students of Pilot Rock Loves Hockey Group would like to thank the following individuals or businesses for donating monetary or prizes to our Pop the Balloon fundraiser that we had at the Pilot Rock Junior/Senior High School.

We were able to surpass our goal of $250. This event helps pay for the student’s ticket to a Tri-City Americans hockey game that we take during the school year.

The students and the staff who bought balloons were excited about the prizes they received. We want to thank you again for helping the students and making this fundraiser a huge success by donating prizes or monetary donations:

Shannon’s Sweet Confections, Mrs. Gillespie, Dawndi Johnson, Gayle Hoeft, Lyla Bensel, Mrs. Thieme, Miss Schuening, Pilot Rock Greenhouse, Sheila Holman, Mrs. Campbell, DG Gifts, Big John’s Pizza, Quizno’s, Jack-In-The-Box, The Pilot Rock Leather’s Class, Pendleton Round-Up Association, Domino’s Pizza, Pendleton Parks & Recreation, Burger King, Buckin’ Bean Coffee Roasters, Police Chief Caldera, Police Officer Badal and Police Officer Flatua, Pendleton Bottling Company, Zeigler’s Transmission, Tim O’Hanlon, Hatley Construction, Eastern Oregon Waste Management, Wheatland Insurance, Sam Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoeft and Doherty Welding.

A special thank you to the Tri-City Americans for donating four free tickets as our grand prize. The winner of the tickets was Mrs. Clark.

Once again, the students of Pilot Rock Loves Hockey Group says, “Thank you for your support.”

Marion Schuening

Pilot Rock School District

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