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Orchids & Onions (May 31, 2013)


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  Orchids to

•    Sally Reindl for her letter, from Don Demas.

•    Madelyn Lego for the beautiful song you sang at Garden City Church of Christ, from a grateful member.

•    Tahnee Sanders on finishing your junior year, from Mom, Jamie and Trevor.

•    Katie Stowers for the special Pacers game shirt and the Pacers for the win, from Grandma.

•    Tim, the pharmacist at Kroger, for being professional and caring when I had an issue with my insurance company, from Cindy Mead.

•    Mrs. Kiel and Mrs. Rockhold at ABC Stewart School for all your hard work and smiles, from a kindergarten graduate and his family.

•    Amber for the delicious supper and the fresh rhubarb, from your neighbors.

•    Arnie Krause for a well-written letter to the editor.

•    Dr. Pankratz for immediately returning phone calls and checking on patients even after hours, from Linda Breeding.

•    the generous driver in the 4Runner in front of me in the drive-thru at McDonald's, from the CPD officer behind you.

•    Gert, Elaine, Peggy, Marti and Kyra for taking care of my cat and checking on the house while I was away, from Sandy.

•    Danny Bragg for your dedicated service to the students and staff at Southside Elementary School, from Southside's fourth-grade teachers.

•    All the teacher's assistants I work with at North High School for being great to work with and making my day amazing, from Shannon.

•    Candace for helping with the prescription, from Jordan Brougher.

•    Onions to

•    group of bicyclists riding on Taylor Road at 9:30 p.m. with no lights.

•    dog owners who stood by and did nothing while my dog was being attacked by their dog.

•    those who submit Onions about working holidays and weekends when so many of us can't find jobs.

•    pizza business for handing out fake money.

•    gas prices in Columbus.

•    contractor who stole items from a homeowner.

•    driver of silver SUV on Jackson Street at 1 p.m. Thursday who has no concept of what a pedestrian crossing means.

•    tall grass at abandoned property on Jonathan Moore Pike.

•    tall grass growing on the sides of Carr Hill Road.

•    umpires for letting batters hit from outside the batter's box.

•    people who clutter the city with outdated garage-sale signs.

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