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    Orchids to…

    • Grandma and Grandpa Fields, and Debbie and Bill Malone for taking me to the race at Kentucky Speedway, from Mikael Brooks.

    • George, Karen and Karen Dutro for letting us use their chairs at Live on the Plaza, from the Crashers.

    • the person that set my urns upright after someone turned them over, from the person on Smith Street.

    • Harold from Lowe’s for going above and beyond for customer service, from the Kelleys.

    • Sue for cutting down a tree and trimming the bushes, from Pam Burton.

    • NTN Driveshaft for providing the residents of Columbus with the awesome Black Violin concert promoting music and creativity, from Columbus residents.

    • Karen and Jim who came to my rescue at Centra when my tire went flat and to Karen for going home to get a pump to put air in my spare tire, from Rachel Mitchell.

    • Jim Dunn and the staff of The Brick for the delicious hamburger and chili meal served at the Orphan Grain Train kick-off meeting in Jonesville last week.

    • Carmen, Leah, Dillon and Rent-a-Center staff for always treating me like family not just a customer, from Bobbi Rodriguez.

    • Ten-year-old Red Alert 04 girls fast-pitch softball team for placing first in the Columbus state tournament, from a proud grandma.

    • Andy at Simply Pottery for returning my lost check, from Linda.

    •  the pharmacy tech at the Walgreen’s drive-thru on Beam Road for being patient with me.

    • Lannie Knapp for fixing our air conditioner Sunday, from Mike and Pam Clement.

    • everyone who helped us search for our dog in the Breckenridge Drive area, from Jeff and Sue Ann Stone.

    • Marty H. for her tasty ham salad, from Brian.

    • Onions to…

    • organizers scheduling a fundraising bicycle ride throughout town at 9 p.m. when sunset is 9:15 p.m.

    • people in north Columbus who are constantly letting off fireworks day and night, from someone who is extremely sick and in bed.

    • American citizens who don’t stand up for what our country was founded on and want to do their own thing.

    • the gas stations on the west side of town for excessively high gas prices.

    • Arts Council for cramming the “Flamenco” sculpture on a street corner next to a stoplight pole and other metal poles, and not giving it room.

    • people who like ham with their eggs, but hate hogs.

    • tow-truck drivers who leave debris in the street after picking up wrecked vehicles.

    • the city for not providing Columbus with a YMCA.

    • anyone who thinks raising hogs is the only way to feed the population when it is all about profit.

    • people who don’t tip delivery drivers, taxis drivers, waiters and waitresses and bartenders.

    • supporters of same-sex marriages.

    • newspaper that always gives priority to North sports over East by writing bigger stories about North.

    • supervisors who will not allow an employee to take a day off.

    • City Council for not having the abandoned gas station on Third Street on the list to be demolished.

    • closed-minded community members who are against gay marriage.

    • Group responsible for the ugly tree on the front lawn of City Hall.

    • State Bureau of Motor Vehicles for closing the Hope License Branch.

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