We would like to thank everyone who helped to make "Crusade for Chloe" a success. The love and support we have received from our community has far exceeded any of our expectations. It would be impossible for me to name all who contributed their time, love and monetary donations to our daughter, Chloe Key, and because of this our hearts have been more than humbled.
I would like to thank April and Jane of April's Bowtique and Camellia City T's for their donation of the softball tournament's championship t-shirts and for donating so much time and supplies in making all the "Crusade for Chloe" t-shirts we sold; It's A Southern Thing for the donation of all the championship trophies, as well as the one they made for us, that we will forever cherish; Jimmy and Dena's Body Shop for all they did, from passing out flyers, to sponsoring the women's teams that played in the tourney, to allowing us to sell the T-shirts during the Car Show at The Depot, we will forever be grateful; many, many area businesses donated items that we raffled off at the tourney; Gary Hinton for helping to pull it all together and being the director over the tourney; all the softball teams that played in the tournament; Sandy and Davey Lloyd for keeping score; Thomson Elementary School's staff and students for raising $911.00 for "Change for Chloe;" Thomson McDuffie Junior High School for hosting "Chloe Week," Macedonia United Methodist Church, all the teenagers who worked the raffle tables for us; many area businesses that displayed the flyers for "Crusade for Chloe;" The McDuffie Mirror, of course, for helping us to share our story, and the list goes on and on.
There have been people who have come up to us and just handed us gifts.
If I have left anyone out, know that it was just in this letter to the editor that you were left out, and for that I am sorry, because each and every loving donation meant the world to us and we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.
Joey and Jodie Key