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Orchids & Onions (May 3, 2013)

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•    the officer on Interstate 65 North at the 77-mile marker for helping the lady change her tire at 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

•    City Hall and the Commons for displaying Pre-K artwork during April, "The Month of the Young Child," from 0 to 8 Consortium/Council for Youth Development.

•    Christy for the bus ride to Columbus Youth Camp on May 1 for EEEC hours, from Debbie.

•    Dr. Brian Niedbalski for your concern and prompt action, from Julie Brannan.

•    Lowe's Home Improvement for giving a 10-percent discount to all military veterans on all items, from Jim Willis.

•    Kim and staff at Silver Oaks Assisted Living for taking good care of your residents, from Andy and daughters.

•    Amie Shoemaker for being a great mentor to me for my Senior Project, from Alex Cornn.

•    the Cupcake Boutique for sponsoring our softball team, from Stacie Vaughan.

•    Rick for the delicious mushrooms, from your cousin Carl.

•    Mark at Poynter's for the fast service on the recall on my car, from a satisfied customer Burt.

•    kind and patient gentleman at the Starbucks on 31 South for paying for my breakfast despite my driving error.

•    city garage for fixing the drainage pipes down by my street, from Bertha Maple.

•    Onions to

•    city for building excessive apartments and parking garages and not providing a homeless shelter.

•    grocery manager for taking down and moving a local event poster that is coming up this weekend and replacing it with one from out of town that is over a month away.

•    those who think the morning-after pill should be given to girls just starting into their teen years.

•    person who was rude to the two elderly ladies at the church meeting.

•    driver of silver Jeep that ran the red light at 17th and McClure on Wednesday afternoon.

•    Sunday school teachers that do not share their snacks with the young children.

•    grocery store that sells outdated raisins.

•    customers at a fast food restaurant that were rude to young children telling them to be quiet.

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