LETTER: Community support appreciated

The immediate and extended Jarvis and Striker families would like to immensely thank the whole Agassiz community.

The immediate and extended Jarvis and Striker families would like to immensely thank the whole Agassiz community for their support in our time of crisis.

The outpouring of generosity has been overwhelming, we are in awe!  To those past and present friends and family we thank you so much.

To the anonymous members of the community who have dropped off meals and baking. To the supports of the Agassiz Christian school who have chosen to bless us.

To my amazing ‘Mom’s group’ who have gone above and beyond, and anyone else we have forgotten to thank.

I wish there was more we could do to show our gratitude, but I hope this thank you is sufficient.

We have always been passionate about the town we live in, and this situation makes me believe Agassiz is the best community in the world.

– Sara, Lance, Aviendha, Qhaden and Zeplyhn Jarvis.

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