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Orchids & Onions (November 6, 2012)

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Orchids to…

• Bill Stultz and Keith Burton, marching band directors of the Sound of North, for your hard work and dedication to our kids and being awesome band directors, from band parents.

• Columbus East marching band for the hard work every year and placing fourth at Mid-State Finals.

• girls in the front office at Central Middle School for always greeting me with a smile and for always being so helpful, from grateful parents.

• Seymour gas stations for gas prices at $2.97 on Sunday, from Susan Wheatley.

• Sydney Jarrard for the great job on the W.D Richards Fall Festival as your senior project, from Richards PTO.

• Kristine Roccia and Trisha Rudd for running in the Mini Marathon in Indy on Saturday, from Mom, Dad, Scott, Curtis and Landon.

• HPW Wrestling fans, sponsors, wrestlers, Columbus Firemen, Cheer Fund and HPW staff for making the 14 Year Anniversary and Firemen’s Cheer Fund show a big success with the donations and toys you gave to the Cheer Fund, from Jerry Wilson.

• the volunteers who helped during Veteran’s Day Lunch And Learn event at Just Friends Adult Day Services, from Kashmira Mehta.

Onions to…

• carrier who doesn’t use paper box on 200S so people get wet newspapers.

• The Republic for putting one high school band on the front page but hardly ever mentioning the other local high school band who also was in a competition on the same day.

• businesses ignoring the smoking ban.

• non-property owners being able to vote for increased property taxes.

• the adult who let the kids run, jump, climb, scream and yell in the OB waiting room.

• homeowners who think 4-year-olds’ early education isn’t needed nor worth taxes.

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