Thanks from soccer club

Mid-Isle Soccer Club thanks people who made its Light Up parade entry so successful.

Editor:

On behalf of Mid-Isle Soccer Club, I would like to thank some people who helped make our Light Up parade entry so successful:

Jag Basi of TRT/Coastal Trucking for the use of the float and for providing drivers; Richelle Colyer for the use of a generator; Porter’s farm for the hay bales; Kate Wilson, for all your help; Al Rankin, who came for a holiday and was pressed into service in miserable weather; Mike Rankin, for taking a great idea and bringing it to fruition; and, most importantly, to the coaches and parents who were able to bring their kids and walk with us in the parade!

Look for pictures on the website soon!

Thank you all for your time!

Kathleen Nicholls

Secretary, Mid-Isle Soccer Club

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