A Heartfelt Thank You

Dear Editor

The Gila County Historical Museum/Old Dominion Days presented an event “The Copper Ball” on Sept. 14.

A sincere and grateful thank you to everyone who volunteered their amazing help and to the community for attending the event.

This event was made possible with the much appreciated assistance of Sheldon Miller, Jim and Barbara Osborn, their daughter Lisa form Phoenix and Barbara’s sister Maggie from Globe. Jonell Brantley, Willie Thompson, Will Bowman, Caleb King, Carl and Linda Lopez, Johnny Holmes Jr., Kat K Jellstrom, Vern and Lynn Perry, their daughter Aubrie from Phoenix, Jim Perry, Dr. Russ Dalmolin, Molly Cornwell, City of Globe, Virgil and Pat Dodd, Gina and James Langley, Aurora Wallace, Barbara Struckman, Larry Beaver, Salvator Fiorella, Taymond Dakos and JROTC students, Londa Wagnor and GHS Culinary students, James Barter, Tim Gonzales, Ellen Kretsch, Tianna Holder, Angel Ruiz, Joe Brunson and boy scouts, Peggy Hilker, Gila County Historical Board members,  Donna Anderson and Rick Powers, United Jewelry, Gila County Sheriff Posse, Debbie and Dan Gunthrey, Sal Pizzo, Jim and Nancy Phillips from Apache Junction, Cindy Phillips from Turn the Page, Kiko Radio, Haisun-Kim from JC’s Formal, Tanner Hunsaker, Western Reprographics, Janine Barefoot, Christie Cothrun, Dottie Durham, Copper Country News and Arizona Silver Belt staff members, Linda Gross, Shane Hicks, Martin Motorsports and last but not least Cheryl Thursron and her Swing Dance Band from Phoenix Az. What an awesome band! I highly recommend this band! You will not be disappointed.

Chris Brusca