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Sunrise Rotary offers thanks for supporting graduates

The Boulder City Sunrise Rotary Club wishes to thank the parents, guardians and families of the 2014 graduates of Boulder City High for allowing us to entertain and care for your young folks at the 24th annual all-night drug- and alcohol-free graduation party. The entire group, including the Sunrise chaperones, enjoyed the venue, and all safely arrived back in Boulder City around 4:30 a.m. June 6.

Ask a graduate about their experience.

Members of Facebook can view images from the party by entering “Boulder City Grad Night Party” in the search screen.

We thank the entire community for supporting our annual WurstFest where proceeds fund the all-night grad party as well as helping to fund over 30 other worthy communitywide causes. We hope to see you in the park Sept. 27 for the 18th annual WurstFest.

Harold Begley

Boulder City Sunrise Rotary Club

American Legion Auxiliary appreciates volunteers

The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 31 Boulder City, would like to thank the following volunteers for helping decorate the graves for Memorial Day at the Boulder City Cemetery.

Davie Milligan, Boon Lizzy, Greg Hall, Marge Rohlfs, Jerry Rohlfs, Joan McCartney, Dorothy Rants, Jack Rants, Bernie Rowe, Joe Rowe, Barb West, Doug West, Margie McCay, George Pittman, Harold Begley, Leo Garcia, Elsie Smith, Retia Gomez, Valerie Chapman, Meg Julay, Kathy Dosch, Bev Coleman, Jim Coleman, Carl West, Zach Murphy, Mark Murphy, Cal Murphy, Sara Schmidt, Ron Effertz, Jesus Velasquez, Lou Velasquez, Dan Bunch, the Caler family, Linda Graham and Theresa Peberak.

We could not have decorated ever veteran’s grave without you. Hopefully, we will see you next year.

Linda Graham,

President, American Legion

Auxiliary, Unit 31

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