Nice to know: Thank you for the support

Published 6:58 pm Thursday, May 31, 2018

On the behalf of the Alden-Conger post prom committee, I am excited to say that we had a very successful year. The kids enjoyed a fast-paced, fun-filled night at Bowlocity in Rochester.  They bowled, played laser tag, bingo and arcade games and ate pizza. Energy, smiles and laughter filled the night!  This special night for our kids would not be possible without the parent volunteers and business donations! 

We would like to thank all the junior and senior parents who provided a meal on the night they were scheduled to serve during the basketball and volleyball season. Since this is the largest fundraiser for post prom, we appreciate your support! We also appreciate anyone who came and enjoyed a meal at a home game.

The following businesses also helped make this night possible with their generous donations:

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Advanced Auto Parts

Albert Lea Electric

Albert Lea Seed House

Alden Legion Auxiliary

Alden Lions Club

Alden Sons of the American Legion


Arnold’s of Alden

BG Loft

Bruss-Heitner Funeral Homes

Carquest Auto Parts

Caribou Coffee


CCF Bank


City of Wells

Civic Improvement Club

Dairy Queen of Wells

Diane Ingvaldson

Domino’s Pizza


Fisher’s Jewelers

Fleet Farm Supply

Freeborn Mower Operation Round Up

Green Mill Restaurant & Bar

Hi-Yield Products

Jake’s Pizza

Jim & Dudes Heating, Plumbing & Air Conditioning

Jones, Haugh & Smith


Kwik Trip

L & D Ag Services



Love’s Travel Stop


Minnesota Corrugated Box


Morrison Well Drilling Co.

Mrs. Gerry’s Kitchen


Northern Country Coop


Pet Authority

Pizza Ranch

Precision Septic Services

Alden-Conger Parent Teacher Organization

Red Carpet

Redeemer Lutheran Church

Reindal Electric

Security Bank Minnesota

Shoe Sensation

St. Casimir’s Catholic Church

Taco John’s

Taco King

Tiger City Sports

Trail’s Travel Center

United Methodist Church

Veterans of Foreign Wars 1778

You Betcha Cafe

If it wasn’t for your generosity, the event would not have been so successful.

Jacque Sorensen

Alden-Conger post prom committee