Gratitude to all search-rescue workers

Thank you, Snohomish County Search-Rescue, and all others involved, you are doing one of the hardest jobs I cannot even begin to imagine.

Thank you, Gina and Rick, managers of the Smokey Point and Arlington Safeway stores. They both donated donuts and beverages for me to take up to Oso to the search and rescue people.

A huge thank you to my friend Sunshine from Shelton who Paypal’ed me substantial money to buy search and rescue folks some pizza next week.

I wish I didn’t have to thank people, wish it had never happened — but I am so thankful for people like you all.

Lois Bradbury

Marysville

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