Alma sends thanks for Thai One On |

Alma sends thanks for Thai One On

The Alma Foundation

The Alma Foundationhosted its ninth annual Thai One On event, which had more than 150 attendees at the Alma Town Hall.The silent auction was possible with the generous donations from the following businesses and locals: Even In The End Liquors, Obietec Services, Tom Marquardt, Ace Sewer & Drain, OutYaGo Mountain Gear, Arkansas Rafting, Beth’s Yoga, South Park Saloon, Millonzi’s Restaurant, Marcene & Marilyn Nall, Bob Holder, Charlotte Horen, Kat Brumitt, Dave Cooper and Hearthstone Catering.The money raised will be used for upcoming community projects including the River Walk Project and renovation of the Almas Cabin. Food was prepared by the Thai Mini Cafe in Poncha Springs.

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