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Orchids & Onions (May 28, 2014)

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Orchids to…

  • City Hall, the visitors center and the Bartholomew County Historical Society for all the help with our walking field trip, from Parkside third-graders.
  • Cheryl and team at Jo-Ann Fabric for all your extra effort to get my daughter’s desired material for her wedding reception, from a happy mother of the bride, Karen.
  • Hope Elementary PTO for the thoughtful cards and gifts, from the Hope Elementary Cafeteria staff.
  • Kelsey Crosby for graduating with your degree in Business Administration, from Billy and Connor.
  • the city street department for finishing the patch around the manhole cover at the intersection of Rocky Ford Road and Central Avenue, from a north side resident.
  • my neighbor ladies across the street for keeping the median mowed on Caldwell Place, from Barbara.
  • the Pentecostal Church men’s quartet at Gnaw Bone for the wonderful singing and service Sunday.
  • Elsie Herron for your service, from Debbie.

Onions to…

  • dogs that bark constantly.
  • people who park at the post office and go to restaurants to eat.
  • those who brought their dogs to the SALUTE! concert and made them stay through the cannon blasts.
  • price of gas that’s 25 cents a gallon higher than in Seymour.
  • those who do not secure weapons before going out in public.
  • the business that makes employees work on one of the most important holidays in American history.
  • those who did not care enough to fly a flag in remembrance of those who paid the ultimate price for freedom.
  • no help for the handicapped at any gas station in Columbus.
  • doctor’s office that takes its phone off the hook several times a day.
  • roofers for blocking a public alley.

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