This year was the City’s seventh year partnering with the community for donations for the holiday season.
“It was especially rewarding to receive this outpouring of support during these difficult economic times,” Thanksgiving Basket Committee co-chair Janis Humpage said. Together with Humpage, co-chairs Betty Webb and Mary-Lin Hoyer, worked diligently in making this a successful food drive.
The Thanksgiving Basket Committee would like to recognize the following for their contributions to our Thanksgiving food drive: Imagine Charter School PTO, Howard Barnhart, Alliance Entertainment, City Employee Relations Committee, Coral Springs Christian Academy, Discovery Preschool, Learning Adventures Preschool, Four Corners Bingo, Jonnie’s Rec Room, Lindsay’s Rec Room, Ricky’s Rec Room, the Make a Difference volunteers and Publix, Patty Belovich, Sawgrass Springs Girls Soccer & Student Government, Park Summit, Police Volunteer Services, the Coral Springs Diner, Cub Scout Tiger Den 179, Brownie Troops 347, 10995, & 896, Junior Girl Scout Troops 62, 417 & 856, Indian Princesses, Winners Circle, Coral Glades High School National Honor Society, Junior NHS & Key Club, Coral Park Elementary, Rita Askin & students, Consolidated Community Management, Ramblewood East, Pati’s Continental Touch, Capital Insurance Agency, 1st Choice GMAC Realty, First Data, Century Self Storage, Coral Springs Downtown Lions Club, Kiwanis, Commissioner Bruck, Sartory Hall Crochet Club, Center Academy, all the volunteers, students, residents and employees; and everyone who purchased an entertainment book.
All of their contributions made it possible for over 308 families to have a traditional meal this Thanksgiving.