Dear Editor,

As a Sterling Scholar and member of National Honor Society, I would like to thank the Board of Directors and interested members of the Salina Chamber of Commerce for allowing me to help volunteer at Coal Days on September 24th, 2016. I would like to acclaim those and the surrounding community volunteers for the superlative job that was done on raising awareness about Coal. It took 3 months of fairly intensive planning and preparations and the event couldn’t have been handled any better. They couldn’t have done it without the combined efforts of the Chamber, Salina City, local businesses committed to this community and the services of community volunteers. The success of this inaugural event was the result of a team effort. Because of the importance that coal raises in our area, we need to make this an annual event for the members in our community.


Shelly Karen Nielsen


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