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Published: Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012 5:30 a.m. CDT

Generous donors support Genoa

To the Editor:

Genoa Main Street Inc. would like to thank all the businesses, organizations and individuals who contributed items for our annual Holiday Raffle. The raffle is an important source of funds for our program dedicated to preserving and promoting downtown Genoa. GMS raises its entire budget each year through fundraising.

Please support all the local donors who support our community: Heartland Bank, All Natural Chiropractic, Laughing Cat Antiques, Hill’s Tap, Genoa Cafe, Crumpet’s Tea Room, Reflections, Embroidery Sew Into It, Speciality Gifts, Everything Floral, Pete’s Castle/Marathon, Victoria’s Crossing, Cattywampus/MCR Framing, Edward Jones/Josh Kubiak, Jack Godde State Farm, Wild Thyme Herb Garden, Genoa Auto Parts/NAPA, Poppyseed Primitives, Balance Chiropractic, J’Studio, Rosati’s Pizza, Action Automotive, Genoa Veterans Home, Karlsbad Tavern, Kishwaukee Valley Heritage Society, Uppercase Living/Darla Woodson, Alan Brown Chevrolet, Super Wash, China Wok, Wakoh Wear, Becker Law Office, Resource Bank, American Family Insurance, Genoa Liquors, Genoa Animal Hospital, Chad Henry and numerous individual supporters.

Mim Evans

Executive director

Genoa Main Street Inc.

Light display full of holiday spirit

To the Editor:

I wanted to say a special “thank you” to Dr. Donald Miller, D.D.S., of Genoa. After coming back into town from a particularly nasty trip to Chicago, his office on the north side of Main Street (Route 72) at Route 23 south was just the “welcome home” we needed. I was full of “bah-humbug,” which quickly slipped away as I saw the beautiful light display that illuminates his property.

Rather than describe it, I ask that you pass by his office any evening and you will find that the trip was worth your efforts. 

Dr. Miller has been our family dentist for 17-plus years and it’s a nice surprise to realize that someone you thought you knew can welcome so many to our town in such a creative way. 

Once again, thank you Dr. Miller for making the troubles of the world disappear, if even for just a little while.

Dave Bensinger


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