Letter: Mance Foundation president 'humbled' by Laurel community's support

Letter to the editor

  • Laurel Police Maj. Keith Mapp (center) accepted a Merit Award on behalf of Laurel Police Chief Richard McLaughlin at the Mance Foundation's Evening of Jazz and Awards Dinner Benefit July 21. Mance Foundation founder and president is Patricia Daniels (left). At right is Daniels' husband, Willie Daniels.
Laurel Police Maj. Keith Mapp (center) accepted a Merit Award… (Submitted photo, Submitted…)
August 13, 2012

This is simply a letter of thanks to the individuals in the Laurel community who are helping me grow the Mance Foundation. In particular, I am especially grateful to Chief McLaughlin and every person in the Laurel City Police Department for their valuable input and community engagement in helping the organization carry out its first Tour de Laurel bike ride and 5k walk fundraisers. I cannot say thank you enough to them for volunteering their time to help keep the participants safe during these fundraisers.

On behalf of the young men that will benefit from the scholarship dollars raised, we are humbled by their support. I am personally grateful for the blessings I have received for being part of such a caring community.

Patricia A. Daniels

Founder and president, the Ryan Odelle Mance Memorial Scholarship Foundation

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