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LIttle Things Mean a Lot
(Creative Ways to Say "Thank You")
Volunteers, sponsors, committee members, and teachers are important links in ministry. Small, thoughtful expressions or recognition show heartfelt appreciation. Try attaching a brief, handwritten note to one of the small gifts listed below.

Here are some suggestions:

Peanuts

We're nuts about you. Thanks for all you do!

Animal crackers

This place would be a zoo without you!

Cracker Jacks™

You're the prize in our program!

Pretzels

We'd be in knots without you!

Party mix

Thanks for joining our party. You add a new flavor.

Strawberry candies

You're a "berry" special volunteer.

Sunflower seeds

Thanks for your sunny smile.

Highlighter pen

You're a highlight with us.

Small scented candle

You light up our lives.

Pencil

The point is, you're the best!

Person's picture
in a small frame

You've been framed. You're on our most-wanted list.

Card with illustration
of overalls

Overall, you're doing a great job!

A drawing of a snowman

There's "snowbody" like you.

 

Last Published: July 5, 2005 9:58 PM
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