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    Orchids to…

    • Brian Russell, Nancy Ann Brown and Mary Tucker for their love of Columbus and their years and countless volunteer hours dedicated to preserving and enhancing one of our community’s Crown Jewels.
    • Garland Brook Cemetery, the pastor speaker and the musicians for a wonderful butterfly release ceremony, from Lily and Sandy.
    • Elizabeth Nielander for taking me to Four Seasons, from Rebecca Fenske.
    • Matthew, the Hartmans, the Zeiglers and Cheyenne Trail families for a great neighborhood picnic, from the Sells.
    • Randy and David at Bob Poynter Chrysler Dodge Jeep for all the help with buying a car, from a happy customer.
    • Blackerby’s Hangar for providing food for our walking field trip downtown, from Parkside third-graders.
    • the young lady who played taps with the Hope American Legion for the moving memorial service at the Hartsville Square.
    • those grateful enough to fly the flag in remembrance of those who served.

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