A photography project by Karen Moller’s grade 1/2 class at Roosevelt dedicated to Anna.

Support continues to roll in for sick Prince Rupert first grader

The Friends of Anna Tang group in Prince Rupert are extraordinarily grateful for all of the tremendous support we continue to receive.

  • Jun. 27, 2012 1:00 p.m.

The Friends of Anna Tang group in Prince Rupert are extraordinarily grateful for all of the tremendous support we continue to receive from the community.

The Big Rain Quilters Guild of Prince Rupert produced two beautiful quilts that will be sent to Anna and her younger brother David and that will surely be appreciated. The Roosevelt PAC has made more generous donations from monies raised by the school’s pizza lunch sale and juice box recycling fund.

Lonnie Wishart planned a vibrant and creative photography project that was completed by Karen Moller’s grade 1/2 class at Roosevelt. Judd from Cowpuccino’s kindly offered to display the 1/2 students’ pieces, to sell their art cards, and he also made a contribution, which was fantastic.

The Friends of Anna Tang also want to thank the Prince Rupert Northern View and CNFR Network for spreading information and sharing Anna’s story.

Finally, we want to thank Brian and the Overwaitea team for allowing us to host a hotdog sale earlier this month; there will be another hot dog sale on, June 23rd.

Donations can also be made at Scotiabank under “In Trust for Anna Tang, 10710 00028 87”. Keep up the amazing work Prince Rupert!

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