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Orchids & Onions (January 30, 2014)

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Snow Removal Orchids to…

• Larry Duncan, from Wally and Sandy.

• Monte Vails, from the entire cul-de-sac.

• neighbor on County Road 200W, from the Shelton family.

• Orchids to…

• Fisher’s Flower Basket for the beautiful flowers, from Papa’s Deli.

• the “Good Ole Boys” who worked tirelessly and selflessly to get things done in our community that will benefit all for generations to come.

• Doug Showalter for his excellent column about downtown Columbus.

• Faithful Friends in Passing for being so kind and compassionate, from Tiger’s family.

• Jonathan at Kroger for helping me unload my groceries.

• the Garlitch dealership for your prompt, courteous help that made a big difference with our tire issue on Wednesday, from Jim and Carol.

• Brett Kimberlin for taking time to get my mail and paper

• in this cold weather, from Dorothy Shelton.

• the county council for doing a great job.

• Betty Vinson for being a great person and the awesome Christmas gift, from Sarah Ping.

• Mindy Bell for the great customer service in the floral department at Jay C, from Relay for Life.

• Mayor Brown for caring about the city and extending the city transit system.

• Onions to…

• the driver of the yellow car who was driving recklessly and speeding on Franklin Street.

• the township for letting just anyone run for office.

• Columbus gas stations that are bound and determined to not let their gas prices get below $3.

• the city for not taking down the pine trees in the planters still adorned with Christmas decorations on Washington Street.

• the neglectful parent at a downtown business who had a child out in this cold weather wearing a T-shirt and no coat.

• the newspaper carrier who puts our paper in the street or at the end of the driveway.

• inconsiderate people

• who take up two tables at busy coffee shops.

• city officials who have their employees working in the cold when other cities do not.

• the person who stole the fencing at the back of the 6th Street Baptist Church Annex.

• any elected official who switches party affiliation while

• in office.

• the station that announced a two-hour delay for a school corporation that was in full session, causing kids to miss school.

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