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Don Dignan's letter
Dear Mr. Pursell,
On behalf of the Membership of Plymouth-Canton Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter
528, I want to express our thanks once again for donating the use of your facility
(Main Street Carwash-Main St., Plymouth) on Sunday, September 30, 2012. The proceeds,
$1570.50, from this fundraiser will be used toward Chapter projects in 2012 and beyond,
e.g., defraying the cost of Chapter scholarships, the Annual Children's Fishing Derby
held in Hines Park every year, the Michigan Veterans Foundation in downtown Detroit
plus contributions to other worthwhile projects of Veterans' groups and civic
It is always a pleasure to be associated with an individual such as yourself, not for your generosity alone, but for your community concern. Many a business owner would brag about being community-minded, but very few would sacrifice a day's receipts to make such a point.
Thank you again for your kindness, generosity and friendship to the Vietnam Veterans of Chapter 528 and to the Plymouth community.
Don Dignan, BOD Vietnam Veterans of America Plymouth-Canton, Chapter 528
VVA Chapter 528 takes part in this yearly event. Thanks to Plymouth Mayor Emeritus Phil Pursell, who by the way is the owner of Main Street Auto Wash, the Chapter takes part in probably our single day most profitable event. We had a very good day of washing cars 165 cars. Thanks, also to Tom Brown for taking all of the photos on September 30, 2012.