A Big Thank You To The Euro Weekly News

Dear Editor,

May I once again on behalf of F.A.C.E. (Fundraising in Arboleas, Caring for Everyone), thank you for all the support given by the Euro Weekly News during our recent fundraising season, which was just completed by our Christmas Market.

Without your constant support and interest, it would not have been possible to raise in excess of 2,500€ at the Christmas market and through the year enable us to raise in total in excess of 7,000€.

We would also like to thank you for publishing the information sent to you re: our Christmas Market. Without you the evening would not have been the success it undoubtedly was.

May we wish for the Euro Weekly News the continued success that the newspaper now obviously enjoys.  

Thank you once again, on behalf of every one of the F.A.C.E. Committee.

Richard B. Tolman

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