SK Fingerjoint appreciates community support

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SK Fingerjoint wants to thank our community for all the love and support they have shown to us during this trying time. Nothing can ever prepare you for a tragedy of this nature, but having so much community support for our employees has helped ease the stress, pain and worry we have for each of them and their families.

We would like to extend a special thank you to the Kiwanis, St. John Lutheran Church, Tracy Vincent (Aunt T’s), The Libby Area Business Association, Scott Smith and crew from Dimension Stonework’s, Granite Pharmacy, Rosauers, Libby Gym, Managhan’s Furniture, Libby area Girl Scouts, and all the lovely ladies from the Kootenai Job Service.

The Libby area Girl Scouts have organized a toy and food drive for the families affected by the fire. They have placed toy donation boxes at Shopko, Ace Hardware and Libby Sports Center. A box has been placed at Rosauers for gift cards for the families.

The Kiwanis Foundation of Montana is also accepting donations on behalf of SK Fingerjoint to be distributed to employees. Donations are tax deductible and can be sent to the Kiwanis Foundation of Montana and designated for SK Fingerjoint: Kiwanis Foundation of Montana, PO Box 1171, Troy, MT 59935.

—Elizabeth Moe

Libby

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