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    Orchids to

    •    Uriah from Housing Partnerships for your assistance on one of my tasks and taking the time to help me learn, from Lisa Gray.

    •    Rick Herman and Dan Wallace for going above and beyond the call of duty Sunday, from Martha Erickson.

    •    Dr. Pusca, Dr. Park and all of the CCU at CRH for the wonderful care during my heart crisis, from Julie Brannan.

    •    Evan Finke for his game-winning homer and taking time to meet a young baseball player and encourage him.

    •    all of the other parents in Columbus who juggle work, kids and college on an everyday basis but go unnamed in the newspaper.

    •    Dawn at the Wendy's drive-thru for great customer service and having a smile.

    •    Onions to

    •    commercial property with the high grass that needs to be mowed.

    •    ambulance running lights and sirens on Terrace Lake Road at 6:25 a.m. to warn exactly zero vehicles and pedestrians to get out of the way but waking up little kids unnecessarily.

    •    neighbor who revs up his loud car motor during the afternoon and into the night.

    •    parents and staff of middle school that continue to use St. Bartholomew's as their pickup/drop-off/parking area preventing St. B parents from finding a place to park for their own kids.

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