Thank you for the support Jaffray

It is with immense gratitude that we write this thank you letter. There are not enough kind words to thank our family, friends, everyone in the community and everyone who has supported us through this difficult time.

It is with immense gratitude that we write this thank you letter. There are not enough kind words to thank our family, friends, everyone in the community and everyone who has supported us through this difficult time.

To the Jaffray fire department and all the emergency crews, your hard work was greatly appreciated at our house fire and thank you for giving your time to such a valued service in our community.

Thank you to our gracious neighbours who took us in while our house was still being worked on by the fire department.

Thank you to the South Country Fellowship for all the support throughout everything we have been through. Our faith will keep us strong throughout this and bring us to a brighter tomorrow.

Thank you to everyone who helped make the benefit so wonderful. Thank you to the businesses who donated to the silent auction and everyone who went around gathering donations. To those who donated their time to set up and take down the hall, and to the bartenders who kept everyone with refreshments throughout the night and to everyone who helped make one amazing meal. Thank you to the South Country Christian Fellowship “Youth Group” who helped with the service of food. We will never in this lifetime be able to repay the generosity and the selflessness everybody has shown our family and with a heartfelt and expressed with much love our appreciation and gratitude for having all of you in our lives.

Thank you and god bless.

Amanda and Jacob Salekin

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