Valley Church thanks local businesses for Harvest Carnival donations

Valley Church would like to extend a sincere thank you to the following individuals and businesses that provided donations and gifts to the Harvest Carnival on Oct. 31. All the donations allowed us to share your gifts with our community and neighbors and make this a safe and fun event!

We would like to thank: Alaskan Outdoor Wearhouse, Affordable Auto Sales, Behrends Mechanical Inc., Bobcat of Juneau, Bullwinkles, Coca Cola Bottling Co., Costco, Don Abel, Fatmos BBQ, Food Services of America, Fred Meyer, Hanger on the Wharf, Heritage Coffee Company, Home Depot, Douglas Island Pub, Jerry’s Meats and Seafood, Northern Sales, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Sandbar & Grill, Sonie’s Cleaning SVC, Southeast Furniture Warehouse and all the faithful volunteers.

Dani Cherian,

Pastor, Valley Church

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