Around Town – Sept. 30

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Sept. 30

Orchids to

John Mills at Carpet One for a job well done. You made your granny proud!

Democratic politicians and officials collaborating and brainstorming solutions at the local, federal and international level.

the nice, young couple and the nice man on the bicycle for offering to help me at Flatrock Cemetery when my car wouldn’t start, thank you! from Cindy.

the Department of Public Works for being so gracious and always picking up the extra recycling material! from Laura Dudukovich.

Flowers By Lois for the excellent, quick customer service this week and for being such a great supporter of Hauser sports, from Hauser High School.

Cindi Wirth who will do a really great job for us.

Leo Morris’ guest column.

Josh who came Wednesday morning and fixed my screen door and my fabulous sliding doors, an excellent job!

Onions to

close-minded individuals suggesting the city should have denied First Amendment rights to the LGBTQ community instead of allowing the family-friendly celebration.

the aging local politician, who has done nothing to help residents in his district, only complaining about the other party.

not realizing hurricane problems can be solved with the former federal elected official’s Sharpie and his super power mind.

individuals who determined that an event was “depraved” or not “family-friendly” without actually attending said event.

those who think that everything is stable and great with the current administration.

Happy Birthday to

Bob Battin, from our family, Vince, Lisa and Donna.

Rachel Wade, from your family and Donna.

Loretta Wheeler, from your family and Donna.

Michelle Harris, from your family and Donna.

Judy Meyer, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Bryon Riggs on No. 68, from Judy Riggs.

Dr. Katherine Ferry, from Grandma.

Jack and Joan Allman on No. 61, from everyone in the family.