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Letter: Thank You For Successful Fundraiser

People Helping People, Inc. would like to thank those individuals and businesses that helped make the Aug. 26 fundraising barbecue a big hit.

The Fundraising Committee of would like to thank all those who made our Cookout and Concert on the Common that was held on Saturday, Aug. 26 such a success.

A special thank you to co-founder of Jon Olinto for donating the burgers, all the fixings and “Harvey”.  Since b.good came to Burlington they have made such a significant contribution to the community.  This was the second cookout that b.good has hosted and they have contributed to the community in so many ways such as bring “Harvey” to the Post Grad Party in the wee hours of the morning and cooking burgers at the high school.  All you have to do is ask and Jon says “yes”.  As a community we are very fortunate to have b.good as our friend!

Thank you to Steve D’Orio and his band Classified who year after year donate their time to play on the common and for all the People Helping People Events. 

Thank you also to Dan DiTucci of , Gary Caldwell from Arrow Paper, Kyle W. Lawrence from the Hans Kissle Company in Haverhill, The Nowell Family, the Roscoe Family, Kevin Sullivan & Family, David Fitzgerald, Bob Athias from Culinary Creations,  Doug Gillingham from the Recreation Dept.,  Jim Tigges & the and Mike Patterson & the who all made contributions to our cookout. Thank you to our cooks and servers.

Thank you to the Community of Burlington for supporting our cause.  We had over 200 people attend the cookout and helped us raise funds to support People Helping People.   The funds raised will be used to support the many programs of People Helping People – the Food Pantry, the Holiday Program and the Covenant for Basic Needs.  For more information about People Helping People see www.peoplehelpingpeopleinc.org    

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