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As a result, I have decided to call upon the many graduating classes of the school to band together
and save the historic building from demolition. According to the documents I have reviewed and
information from meetings I have attended, a minimum of $214,000 is necessary to save the school
and bring it up to code. Once the repairs are made, I plan to start the process of having it declared an
historic landmark. You can help by donating your time, skills, or money. We need skilled tradesmen,
including carpenters, roofers, plumbers, and electricians, as well as laborers. In addition, we are asking
for monetary donations, as follows, although donations in any amount will be accepted gladly: a
donation of $100 categorizes you as a Save Our School Friend, $250 a Patron, and $500 a Benefactor.
Once our monetary goal has been reached, the necessary repairs and replacements will be made as
follows: Phase I: roof and exterior, Phase II: electrical and plumbing, and Phase III: interior walls, trim,
l ooring, and i xtures. I hope you will join our conservation efforts so that Vigil East High School will
continue to stand proudly for many more years. If you have questions, please contact me at the phone
number or e-mail address above. I hope to hear from you soon.
The letter should contain a letterhead that uses a shape and clip art, a table (use a table to
present the Save Our School donor categories), and a bulleted list (use a bulleted list to present the
phases). Use the concepts and techniques presented in this chapter to create and format a letter
according to the modii ed block style, creating appropriate paragraph breaks and rewording the draft
as necessary. Use your personal information for contact information in the letter and Save Our School
as the text in the letterhead. Be sure to check spelling and grammar of the i nished letter. Submit your
assignment in the format specii ed by your instructor.
3: Create a Coni rmation Letter
As coordinator for Condor Parks and Recreation, you send letters to coni rm registration for activities.
You write a coni rmation letter to this registrant: Ms. Tracey Li, 52 West 15 th Street, Harpville, KY
42194. Condor Parks and Recreation is located at 2245 Community Place, Harpville, KY 42194; phone
number is (842) 555-0444; and Web address is www.condorparks.com.
The draft wording for the letter is as follows: Thank you for your interest in our new spring
activities recently listed in the Condor Daily Press . The courses for which you have enrolled, along with
their dates and times are Introductory Golf Clinic on May 5 – 6 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at a cost of $25,
Recreational League Volleyball on April 30 – May 28 from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. at a cost of $130, Pilates on
May 30 – June 27 from 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. at a cost of $75, and Intermediate Golf Clinic on June 9 – 10
from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. at a cost of $30. By paying your annual $25 parks and recreation fee, you also are
entitled to the following benei ts: free access to racquetball and tennis courts, on a i rst-come-i rst-served
basis; attendance at any park-sponsored events, including plays, musical performances, and festivals; and
free parking at any parks and recreation facility. Please coni rm your registration by calling me at [enter
your phone number here] or via e-mail at [enter your e-mail address here]. Thank you for your interest
in Condor Parks and Recreation offerings. We look forward to seeing you at upcoming events.
The letter should contain a letterhead that uses a shape and clip art, a table (use a table to present
the courses enrolled), and a bulleted list (use a bulleted list to present the benei ts). Insert nonbreaking
spaces in the newspaper name. Use the concepts and techniques presented in this chapter to create
and format a letter according to the modii ed block style, creating appropriate paragraph breaks and
rewording the draft as necessary. Be sure to check spelling and grammar of the i nished letter. Submit
your assignment in the format specii ed by your instructor.