Around Town – Feb. 4

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Feb. 4

Orchids to

Dennis Steele for being a dedicated Turning Point volunteer for nine years, from Turning Point.

Janet Peters for being a dedicated Turning Point volunteer since 2017, from Turning Point.

Michael Hicks for his column.

Michael Hicks for his outstanding column.

the editorial about the rally in support of Asians.

Calib at Target for going to the store room to get the drinks I was looking for.

the excellent letter by Richard Gold.

those who fact check rather than continue with their disinformation.

the nice young lady who bought all of my groceries for me.

Katie Blair for her excellent column.

Kind Car Wash for a great free wash and exceptional customer service!

the FBI director for stating the biggest threat to the United States is homegrown terrorism and white supremacy.

the Rev. John Armstrong’s letter in Thursday’s paper.

the Rev. Armstrong for his well-written and well-researched letter.

the Republic for a delivery person on 17th Street who always delivers accurately every morning.

Robert and Patsy on Autumn Ridge Drive for being such good neighbors.

Onions to

the current federal elected official for getting this country into a mess.

people that need to give themselves an instant pay raise and drop your land line service and use a cell phone like everyone else.

our legislature passing gun laws leading to the thinking you can pack a gun anywhere you want, even school.

the crazy high schoolers who speed by my house in the morning.

the former president for his extraordinarily low-energy re-election campaign.

those who still don’t understand that being pro-choice doesn’t necessarily equal being pro-abortion.

the new committee looking for conspiracy theories so they can create problems, but they have no solutions because those problems are not real.

political censorship of education, particularly history.

the political party that is trying to take down the credit of the country.

the speeding red car that cut across three lanes to turn right.

the national museum which ordered high school students to remove their pro-life headgear.

Happy Birthday to

Carolyn Bowdenoseph, Hart Chapter DAR.

Teresa Satterfield, from friends at Bethel Baptist Church.

Darrell Lucas on No. 80, from your family and friends.

Happy Belated Birthday to

Beverly Gilbert, from friends at Bethel Baptist Church.

Gary Poland, Sr., from friends at Bethel Baptist Church.