Goshen Parade Sponsors Thanked

The recent Cole Kidd campaign to raise money to help the Kidd family of Glasgow was an unprecedented success thanks to a caring community who pooled together to make it happen through all their hard work and efforts, according to organizers Mark and Sherry Cline.

Those who donated money, sponsored, and or participated in the Goshen parade, “Miracle on 39th Street,” made this Christmas magical for everyone, said Mark Cline.

The campaign raised $13,761.90 and is being used to help the family.

A special thanks goes to those who became a sponsor by donating at least $100 or more. Those include the following:

Bo and Sheila Warner, Green Pond Baptist Church, Dan Vance, Sweet Things, Todd Hamric Auctioneer, Hamric Memorials, Dr. A. B. Hammond, Hamric & Sheridan Jewelers, Gary’s Small Engine Repair, Cora Cox, Julie Goyette, Carole Burch, Raynal Studios, City and County Real Estate, Spencer Home Center, Jim Glass and Son, Rock Hardwoods, Wesley Truxell DBA Pro Weld, Hickman Oliver, Burns Construction, TNT Logging, Goshen Convenience, Timmy Alfhin, Danny Truxell, Deacon Brother Logging, Rock Hardwoods, Rosanne Facciolo, Anything is Pawsable, Clifton Forge Shrine Club, BARC Electric, Ebenezer United Methodist Women, Stinespring Excavating LLC,

Natural Bridge General Store, S&K Excavating.

Also, Ellen and Ronnie Campbell, Martin Logging, Charles W Barger and Son, Byers Inc., John and Joanne Yoder, James and Erin Begley, Millboro Christian Church, Ben and Mary Nicely, Torquil and Edith Maccorkle, EL Southers Trucking LLC, Randy Hostetter Excavating LLC, Sharon Volunteer Fire Department, Wolfe’s Body Shop & Towing, Goshen Presbyterian Church, Michael Lowry Logging, Jeff, Dylan, Swink’s Body Shop, Mountain View Farm Greenhouses, Kenney’s of Lexington, Fresh Estates & Country Properties Inc., Serendipity Farms -Rosanna Facciolo, town of Goshen, Concord Church, Deacon Brothers Logging LLC, Jim and Susan Coffey, Glenn and Geneva Thompson, Riley Trucking and “anonymous.”