Whole-hearted Thank You

or the “Kick Battens for Carl” Soccer Camp & Silent Auction, We Thank You, whole heartedly.

To all the businesses that donated items for our silent auction, We Thank You.

To the Eagle Creek Elementary School Staff, who donated their time, energy and facility, we can’t thank you enough.

To everyone that brought their kids to this fun-filled soccer camp and to those that came and participated in the silent auction, Thank you for your support of our cause in finding a cure for Battens Disease.

Without all of you, this event could not have been possible. Thank you so much for making it happen.

We are extremely fortunate to live in this wonderful, caring, and generous town of Arlington. Enough can?t be said about how great it is to be members of this community.

Thanks Again,

Jeff, Robin & MacKenzie Bergam

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