November is the month of thanksgiving, and the staff and board of directors at the Park Bugle thank our readers and advertisers for supporting us throughout the year.
November also marks the beginning of our 2013-14 fund drive. We hope you will consider contributing to this award-winning newspaper.
The Park Bugle began publishing in 1974 and became a nonprofit newspaper a year later, when Andrew Boss, Gerald McKay and Joseph Skovholt signed the articles of incorporation that brought Park Press Inc. into being. The Bugle is still run by a board of volunteers, who will celebrate the paper’s 40th anniversary in 2014.
We hope you will celebrate with us and consider giving a tax-deductible contribution to your community-supported newspaper.
We can’t continue our work without you. Like most nonprofits, the Bugle relies on donations to help defray its annual operating costs. Your donations go toward the cost of producing and printing a newspaper that is delivered, free of charge, to 14,500 households and businesses in St. Anthony Park, Lauderdale, Falcon Heights and Como Park.
This year, we hope to raise $35,000 in donations from readers like you.
As a business, the Bugle does not take your support for granted. We are committed to earning it by covering the stories, personalities and issues that people want and need to know about—and won’t find anywhere else.
If you’ve donated to the Bugle in the past, thank you; please consider giving more this year. If you’ve not given, please consider doing so this year.
The Bugle has been your neighbor for nearly 40 years. Your gift will make it possible for the Bugle to keep telling your stories for another five, 10 or 40 years.
You can donate by clicking here, or look for the green GiveMN.org button at the top of our web page, www.parkbugle.org. You can also set up automatic monthly payments or mail a check to Park Bugle, P.O. Box 8126, St. Paul, MN 55108. Thanks for your support.—Board of Directors, Park Press Inc.