Everyone at SAVE22 would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You and express our sincere gratitude to the following local businesses and organizations for helping us to put on our second annual Veteran Suicide Awareness Hike on May 6 of this year.
Those businesses and organizations include: Razor Rents, R G Smith Co., Cutler Real Estate, Brian Shuman, Homeside Financial, Infinity Sound, Stable Solutions, EmbroidMe of Canton, Nick Streamo, Mushroomhead, Unsaid Fate, Groovepipe, Carrollton Civic Club, Esber Beverage, Ace Hardware of Carrollton, American Producers Supply, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Mad Viking Beard Club, Byron and Ashley Rodgers, Jim and Dani Prewitt, Carrollton Youth Wrestling, Wright Protection, Carroll County Fire Department, Sandy Creek (Minerva) Fire District, the Gallons, Carroll County Sheriff's Department, Carrollton Police Department, Froggy Bottoms Custom Creations, Fairmount Tool, Warrior Beats, Carrollton Microtel, Carrollton Days Inn, Carrollton Ponderosa, Michele Benson of the GBS Corp, Standard Printing, Boy Scout Troops 141 and 155, Veterans in Recovery, Rossi's Drive Thru and The Vape Shop, Beaver Excavating, Flat House Press, Community Title Agency, Carrollton Ruritan Club, Department of Veterans Affairs, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, and Great Trail Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution. To anyone who may have missed, thank you for your help and we appreciate your support of this important cause.
Many thanks to all the volunteers and organizations who fought off the weather and adversity on that day to help us put on a great event. Thank you to our great friends with 22 to None and 22 Too Many for your continued support of our joint efforts. We could not have done this without the countless volunteers who helped us make the day a success.
The committee would also like to thank the following individuals as well: To the Carroll County Veterans Club, thank you for allowing us the opportunity to utilize the grounds for our event. We hope to continue to utilize this facility for future events, and look forward to many more successful events together.
To the Carroll County Fair Board, thank you for the use of the fairgrounds for our concert. We look forward to growing over the next few years and having an even larger turnout.
We look forward to next year's SAVE22 Veteran Suicide Awareness Hike. Please be sure to visit our website at www.SAVE22.vet for updates on our events as we continue our mission to raise awareness to veteran suicide.
Tom Indorf, Jason Rutledge, Albert Woodin, Marsha Alexander and Nick Trussell