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    Snow Removal Orchids to…

    • Jason Harper and grandsons, from Ooma and Pa.

    • Dave Dwyer, from Brandy, Foster and kids.

    • Joe Kahlenbeck, from Mary and Jean.

    • Lloyd, form the residents at Triangle Park.

    • my neighbor on Coovert Street, from Mary Sturgill.

    • our neighbor in Sherwood Addition, from Bob.

    • Gene King on W. Lowell Road, from Dave and Wilma.

    • Malissa Ritchinson.

    • Rick Tucker, from the Hoeltkes.

    • Mike and the city for cleaning Riverside Circle, from Ogilvies.

    • John, from Linda and K.S.

    • Kris Medic and Bruce Medic, from Selma.

    • Frank Reed, from the Coopers.

    • Ken, from Dan and Patty.

    • Fred Wilson, from the Bishops.

    • Don, Terry, Walt and Jeff, from the Bautes.

    • Frank Reed, from your neighbor Linda Coombs.

    • Mr. Aldridte and Terry, from Loretta Pruitt.

    • snowplow drivers, from someone who appreciates the hard work.

    • Paul Fetter, from Ada Shireman.

    • Tom George, from Jimmie and Reba McGaha.

    • Orchids to…

    • Phil Swaim for the great letter.

    • the good Samaritan who shoveled and pushed

    • my Jeep out of the ice jam at the front door of Cummins, before I embarrassed myself any further.

    • Madison Holmes for winning a silver key award in south central in writing contest, from your proud father.

    • Makayla Reeves for the great game Thursday night, from Granny.

    • Steve and all the staff at Heritage Heights for the concern shown to the elderly, from Mary.

    • Steven Fish for delivering me a dry newspaper every day, from Selma.

    • the couple who works at Cummins who walked over to Seventh Street and helped push my Buick out of the snow, from Linda Mitchell.

    • Romano’s Pizza for the awesome pizza last weekend, from Tom Greene.

    • Chris Harrison for the wonderful letter to the editor, from Evelyn.

    • FairOaks Mall for contributing so much to this community.

    • Columbus North choirs for making the best of their performance atmosphere Friday night at A Taste of Chocolate and doing a great job.

    • Patty Welch for the great letter to the editor, from Marilyn McKinney.

    • Gary Reynolds for the great letter to the editor, from Linda Croddy.

    • the two men who pushed the silver car out of the alley.

    • Melissa at Rural King for helping me so much even though the store was busy.

    • Officer Jeff Williams and the female officer for helping me when I was stuck in the snow on Beam Road, from Melody Wallace.

    • the kind gentleman in the Timberland hat who rescued the two ladies who were stuck in the snow Thursday afternoon.

    • Hauser Lady Jets, coaches Erica and Kevin Raisor, friends, family and everyone involved in the Coaches against Cancer benefit game on Feb. 1, from the Alan Raisor family.

    • Nicole, Michael and Tony Clark for all the kind deeds this winter, from Grandma Ada.

    • the noon players for letting the night players smoke.

    • the Sheriff’s deputy who stopped when my blue minivan went off into the ditch on State Road 46 and all the people who stopped to check on me, from a very grateful lady.

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