Letter to the Editor

Thanks to concert volunteers

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Dear Editor,

We would like to thank all the volunteers who helped make the Christian Rock Concert such a huge success Sunday night at the City Auditorium. Although we would like to name each one individually, the list would be long and we would most likely leave someone out. So, whether you had a large part or a small part, it was something that was needed and very much appreciated.

We would also like to thank the crowd that attended. We drew people to McCook from as far away as Lincoln and Chappell, Nebraska, as well as many local groups from Southwest Nebraska and Northwest Kansas. Although there was great excitement and enthusiasm from all in attendance, you were one of the most well-behaved and respectful groups at a concert that any of us has witnessed. Even though we had security personnel throughout the auditorium, they were never called upon. The bands commented on how much they appreciated performing and presenting their message to a packed house, and also hoped to be invited back sometime in the future.

McCook has again stepped up to the challenge of bringing something new and different to the residents of our area. We were able to show some great Midwestern small town hospitality to those who may not be accustomed to it.

Once again, we just wanted to say Thank You to all the volunteers and supporters who helped make this such a great event.

McCook Bison


The above letter was submitted by the entire board of directors, Bob Elder, Darren Esch, Denise Ringenberg, Leigh Ann Miller, Jennifer Morgen, Tom Wiemers and Dan Unger.

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  • Thanks to all who helped.

    -- Posted by dennis on Thu, May 1, 2014, at 4:47 PM
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