Henman thanks community

How can our family possibly express our appreciation for the generosity, love and support we have received

Dear friends and family,

How can our family possibly express our appreciation for the generosity, love and support we have received over the past nine weeks from the community of Nelson?

After receiving the video link to Raising the Curtain, Maia and I were overwhelmed with the amount of energy, work and talent that went into that event on our behalf. We would like to thank the performers, donors, volunteers and organizers. We only wish we could have been there.

The fundraising events, individual donations, cards, paper cranes, prayers, neighbours caring for our home and cooking meals for Zoe and Liam, all have been instrumental on our road to recovery. We cannot wait until we are back in Nelson and can thank each and every one of you in person.

With much love and gratitude,

Pat Henman, Maia Vezina and Family

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