Thank you to team and league sponors

Without the support of local businesses, North Everett Little League would not be what it is, and has been, to this community for the past 50 years. NELL is dedicated to teaching teamwork, good sportsmanship and fair play to local area youth by providing a fun and safe baseball/softball program. In addition, NELL allows kids to play, regardless of their ability to pay thanks to contributions to the Dave Sommer Scholarship Fund.

I would like to personally thank the following team and league sponsors for stepping up to the plate to support our local youth for the 2007 season: Anderson Hunter Law Firm; Banner Bank; Behar’s Furniture; Coast Real Estate Services; Dwayne Lane’s Family of Auto Centers; Erickson Furniture; Everett Elks Lodge No. 479; Everett Firefighters Local 46; Everett Hawks; Flowers by Adrian; Gamut360 Holdings; Gellerson Construction; Glass by Lund; H&L Sporting Goods; Hansen Construction; Hascal, Sjoholm &Co., P.S.; Longshormen’s ILWU Local 32; Macaulay &Associates; Mountain Pacific Bank; Everett Overhead Door Company of Everett; Pignataro Volkswagon; Puget Sound Steam Cleaning; Robinett &Associates; Safeco Insurance; Screen Printing Northwest; Shaffer Crane &Equipment; Sons of Norway Normanna Lodge No. 3; Veterans of Foreign War, Post 2100; Waterfront Railing; and Wrecking Ball Demolition.

Again, thank you for supporting our community and more importantly, our kids!

Colleen Temple

NELL Sponsorship Chair

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