When our Twin Cities contractor slighted us last year, we were ready to give up trust in the building business world. We had a friend that had a friend who had a great experience with an up north lakes area contractor. We called the phone number that she gave us and nine months later had the most beautiful home that we could have ever hoped for.
This small town business was rich with integrity, honesty, perfection and the art of home making. C & M Contractors, Verndale, took our old custom plans and created a unique plan of their own just for our taste. We were so surprised to see that the most modern techniques, materials, and workmanship that are used in only the most exclusive homes in the Twin Cities, were being applied in our home. This affordable home was more than our imagination could reach.
We are so grateful that C & M Contractors came to our rescue. Without the referral, we would have given up the idea of a custom built home that we could afford.
Everything went like clockwork. Every sub contractor was as unique in professionalism and service as was the general contractors, Chuck and Matt Davis, owners of C & M Contractors.
We want to take this opportunity to thank C & M Contractors and all of their associates in making this project so special for us. We are much obliged. If we could nominate a builder of the year it certainly would be C & M Contractors.
Saverio and Inez Caligiuri
New York Mills
Thank you to three of our area youth groups who joined together to partner with United Way's 2004 Week of Caring. "Giving a Hand makes all the Difference" was the theme and Lake Evangelical, Lord of Life and Lake Country Catholic Youth Groups had over 60 youth or 120 helping hands. The youth worked together painting homes for needy families. They also offered a helping hand to many of the non-profits in our area. Seeing our youth getting involve in "What Matters" through the United Way Week of Caring is a positive message to our whole community that the next generation really does care.
Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who supported the golf scramble for the area CLC scholarships. The Brainerd branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) sponsored this event on June 5. Crosswoods Golf Course provided the facility for golfing and the Crosslake American Legion provided the area to meet, socialize, eat and award prizes following the activity and they provided a beverage for everyone.
Sponsors of holes at $100 were Roger Burshem, Wildwood, Beckers, Bill and Ed, Crosslake American Legion, Deerwood Bank, Nisswa Tax Service, Lakes Printing, Physicians of Brainerd Medical, Brainerd Lions (3), Bremer Bank, Minnesota School of Diving, American National Bank, Anderson Brothers and Casey's General Store.
Door prizes were given by: Health First Chiropractic, Northwest Pizza Boardwalk Bread & Bagel, Caribou Coffee Co., Essers, Hallmark Cards Gigis, Cuyuna Country Club, Mille Lacs Golf Resort, Whitefish Golf Course, Cedar Chest, Crosslake American Legion, Northern Lakes Nursery , Shamps Meat Market, Crosswoods Golf Course, Golden Eagle Golf Course, Weise Clothing, Ray Elie, US Bank Pine River, Ailyn Triemert, Gary's Sports Bar and Grill, Irish Hills, Tom Aarrestad, Moonlite Square, Front Street Cafe, Sawmill Inn, Brekkens, MarJons, Bungalow Bar & Supper Club, Black Bear, Ramada Inn, Pine Meadows Golf Course, Pine River Country Club, Sibley Station, Finishing Touch, Grizzley's, Breezy Point White Birch Golf Course, Grand View Garden Golf Course, Baxter Comfort Inn Suites, Phil Aarrestad, Herbergers, Natures Touch, Rainy Day Book Store, Jo & Bills Gifts, Bird House & More, Houston Ford, Perkins, and Pine River Library.
A special day
We would like to thank all of our friends and relatives for coming to our 65th wedding anniversary party. We had a great day and we hope everyone enjoyed the party as much as we did. Thank you all for the gifts and lovely cards. You made our day very special.
Evelyn and Donald Caughey
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