News From Terre Haute, Indiana

December 29, 2013

Readers’ forum: Dec. 30, 2013


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---- — North Patriots say thanks for support

The 2013 Terre Haute North Vigo High School football team recently completed the most successful season in school history. The Patriots finished the season with a 10-3 record and won their first sectional championship since 1986 and first ever regional championship.

The Quarterback Club, coaches and players would like to thank all who supported our program this season, especially those companies and individuals who made a monetary donation or donated time and labor to help with our pre-season camp, meals, concessions and facility maintenance and improvements.

Monetary donations from our many sponsors provided pre- and post-game meals for our players, transportation expenses and upgrades in equipment and facilities. This season was not only a success on the field, but was successful off the field with the help of our sponsors and volunteers. We are truly thankful for all of our partners and the support that was given to team 43 and contributing to a successful season:

First Financial Bank; John Roshel Jr., DDS MS Orthodontics; Rick’s Smokehouse and Grill; Roshel Family Dentistry; Finzel’s Master Tech; Ambucare Clinic; Honey Creek Collision and Custom Paint; J. L. Walter and Associates; Forrest Sherer, Inc.; Finzel’s Irrigation; Superior Cabinet and Supply; Ice Rigging; Tax Masters 2LTD: New Interstate Concrete; Café Delish; D.I.Y. Rental; Piloni’s Italian Restaurant; Illiana Concrete Supplies; Square Donuts; Baesler’s Market; Holler Family Dentistry; Dever Distributing; Pat O’Leary; Grizzly, Inc.; Dorsett Mitsubishi; and Old National Insurance.

— Chris Barrett, Head Football Coach

— Corey Potter, Quarterback Club President

— Captains: Ricky Brookins, Forrest Lowery, Ryan Moshak and Wyatt Stoelting

Baesler’s service really stands out

I have lived and worked in Terre Haute for almost 40 years. I called on lots of stores, but one store stood out in my mind. That store was Baesler’s. When they were on South 25th Street, the store was small but clean, friendly and convenient. Bob Baesler was always so nice. Of course, he still is and always will be because he is a caring person.

If you want quality, kind, courteous service you can find it there. Bob, his son, Linda, Diane and Danielle are always there to help you. Bob Baesler helps lots of people in need all the time. On any given day any or all of these people are walking around talking to people. They remember your name and even call your name when they see you.

Now that he is at 2900 Poplar St., things have not changed. So if you want a clean, friendly, convenient and courteous store, go to Baesler’s. You will be glad you did.

Thank you, Bob Baesler and staff, for all you do for all of us in the Wabash Valley. God bless.

— Rita Hawkins, Terre Haute