Devin Day was outstanding
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To the Editor,

Mount Snow Academy students, coaches, and faculty were among those who took time on Saturday to participate in the parade in honor of home-town Olympian and former MSA student Devin Logan. MSA would like to thank those who made our participation possible. Ed and Terri Druke, owners of WW Building Supply in Wilmington, provided a truck for the event, and also sent along driver Charles Hall, who provided helpful door-to-door chauffeur service. Rite-Aid in Wilmington donated balloons and filled them with helium, while Al Wurzberger of the 1836 Country Store provided a huge donation of flags. Many MSA faculty, coaches, and students helped out with preparing the float and participated in the parade. Thanks also to the chamber of commerce, to the towns of Dover and Wilmington, and to Mount Snow for organizing and carrying out this celebration of Devin Day.

With much appreciation,

Lynne Sullivan

MSA Director

Dover
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