Letter: Thank you for spreading the word

Thank you so much for providing the help for Trinity Festival last weekend to get the word out. We were so grateful that we wanted to give something back to the community. The county of Rappahannock supports us in so many ways.

Charles Harris of Amissville (right) was among those who helped Trinity raise funds by posing for a photo with Citizen (and Good Sport) of the Year Noel Laing. Photo by Ruthie Windsor Mann.
Charles Harris of Amissville (right) was among those who helped Trinity raise funds by posing for a photo with Citizen (and Good Sport) of the Year Noel Laing. Photo by Ruthie Windsor Mann.

Providing creative talents with others is a way for those affiliated with Trinity Episcopal Church to show how much we appreciate others in the area. Ronald Stolk, with his Evensong presentation, created a magical ending to a fine weekend full of camaraderie, fun and sharing.

By the Rappahannock News naming Trinity’s own Noel Laing a 2012 co-Citizen of the Year, the festival gained a valuable money-maker – by surprising Noel with our good-natured version of a kissing booth. He graciously accepted our gag of having his photograph taken with those willing to pay for the privilege.

If the Rappahannock News had not spread the word throughout the land, Trinity Festival would not have been successful. An enormous thank you goes out to the folks at the Rappahannock News from the folks at Trinity Episcopal Church.

Yours with thanks,

The Festival Committee
Trinity Episcopal Church

Washington

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