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• Ernie and Sandy Armstrong, Larry Durnil, Steve McDonald, Rick Caldwell, Charlie Beatty, Ed Davis, Jack Griffin and Kim Ritter, our veterans who participated in hauling items, setting up tables, pricing items, and selling the items for our annual veterans’ fundraiser yard sale.
• Hope Animal Control for going above and beyond on a Sunday by rescuing the distressed abandoned dog in the ravine at Schaefer Lake.
• fundraiser from all our local veteran members. Julie Robertson for her help, from a grateful person.
• Brad Gross, Ivy Tech graphic design student, and Pentzer Printing for the excellent job they did on our Kiwanis Duck Splash posters, from the Duck Splash committee.
• Kroot Corp. for being so kind and welcoming us to your scrap yard so we could take great pictures for our senior football banner, from CNHS senior football players.
• Elma Arnold for her Letter to the Editor, from Faye Ann Morris.
• Pam Shymkus for the vision to plan and organize the Jack Young retirement party.
• Bill Scarborough for articulating common sense and logic, from a former history teacher.
• Budget Auto Painting for a job well done and great customer service, from M.B.
• Mr. Merriman for the great help, from Don Weddle.
• Leonard’s Tire Service in Hope for being so helpful and taking care of my tire emergency Saturday morning, from Deb McIntyre.
• Soup By Design for its kindness to the Northside students, from Jane Morris.
• Garden City Church of Christ for the wonderful picnic and music Sunday at Heflin Park and wonderful music, from a grateful member.
• Mayor Brown for declaring today Nancy Mahoney Day, from the Life Skills Class at Columbus North High School.
• Elma Arnold for her Letter to the Editor, from Wilma.
• Pastor Kennedy at Columbus Baptist Church for the awesome sermon Sunday morning.
• Onions to…
• people who get amazing service and are too cheap to tip accordingly.
• total lack of crowd control at the concert at Mill Race Park Saturday night.
• school corporation that thinks it is OK to have 30-plus students in an elementary class with one teacher.
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